COVID-19 NOTICE UPDATE: August 6, 2020


DeTect ADLS article in North American Clean Energy Magazine

Heinz Camenzind joins DeTect, Inc

DeTect is pleased to announce that Heinz Camenzind has joined the team in the dual role of Project and Quality Management.  Heinz’s extensive background in manufacturing and management will be a huge asset to DeTect. His first major task is to lead the company’s effort to become ISO9001 compliant. Heinz will be based in the […]

Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Accepts DeTect’s HARRIER™ Aircraft Detection Lighting System (ADLS)

DeTect’s radar-activated obstruction lighting system is the most widely used ADLS in the world with over 40 systems in the US, Canada and Germany FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Panama City, Florida – USA October 25, 2020 DeTect, Inc. ( announced today that Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority has accepted its HARRIER ADLS for use on Australian […]

COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 UPDATE (as of July 7, 2020): All DeTect locations in the US, Canada and the UK remain open under expanded internal safety controls and procedures. Our Panama City, Florida manufacturing plant continues to operate at normal production levels. For additional information, please see or contact one of our offices.


COVID-19 NOTICE: DeTect is following all WHO and CDC Guidelines and has implemented internal controls that include staff working virtually from home where possible; deferral of non-essential travel (project work is considered essential); limitation of visitors to our facilities; and, expanded office and personnel hygiene policies and procedures. All DeTect locations in the US, Canada […]

DeTect’s MERLIN Avian radar tracks birds at Eastern Kings wind farm, PEI, Canada

The P.E.I. Energy Corporation says it has invested about $500,000 in new radar equipment to track migratory birds around wind turbines. The new radar gear went into operation in Eastern Kings in August. It tracks an area nearly 10-times larger than the existing acoustic monitoring equipment on-site, and provides more “granular detail” on birds flying by, […]