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How Radar is Solving Physical Security Challenges for Energy Sites

April 20th, 2020|Insights|

After the recent drone attack on an oil refinery in Saudi Arabia, there has been a lot of buzz around the challenge of protecting oil refineries and energy sites from drone-related attacks and possible air attack incidents. While this is a complex issue that is challenging to solve for [...]

How to Increase Remote Monitoring Capabilities for Physical Security

April 10th, 2020|Insights|

For many of our customers, security personnel are on-site and able to monitor the facility or location in an on-site control room or something similar. But for some of our customers, that isn’t the case. Whether security personnel are managing security for several sites in a single control center [...]

How Airports are Using Surveillance Radar for Protection against Intruders and Drones

April 2nd, 2020|Insights|

Large-, medium-, and small-sized airports operate huge physical locations with extensive perimeters and a host of critical areas that must be guarded against a number of intrusions. Humans on foot or in vehicles can pose serious threats to life and property, not to mention the financial and PR costs [...]

Top 8 Reasons GroundAware Should be on Your Radar

March 27th, 2020|Insights|

Creating a physical security solution that meets all of your needs requires multiple layers of security – from a perimeter fence to video cameras to audible alarms. When searching for a security solution for your site or facility, don’t forget about surveillance radar and the benefits of long-range radar. [...]

Join OWL at ISC West 2020 Booth #25099

January 30th, 2020|Company News|

Join Observation Without Limits (O.W.L.) at ISC West Booth #25099 in Las Vegas to learn about our GroundAware® solutions for critical infrastructure protection and counter drone applications. Providing the power for event-based, layered security, GroundAware makes it easy to remotely monitor and respond to physical security threats in real time at critical [...]

How to Set up Custom Alarm Zones in GroundAware

January 28th, 2020|Insights|

One of the unique capabilities inside of GroundAware is our ability to classify potential targets among aircrafts, vehicles, people, animals, and drones. Using our classifier and zone-drawing capabilities, users are able to customize alarms and triggers to reduce the number of nuisance alarms in their system. In the GroundAware [...]

Podcast: Tackling Security Challenges Using Surveillance Radar Solutions

January 15th, 2020|Insights|

Observation Without Limits President Mike Stokes joined Mike Hefner and Mark Quimby with Security Engineers, Inc. for their physical security podcast, Thin Yellow Line. On the podcast, Stokes discusses OWL’s background, as well as surveillance radar capabilities and emerging technologies in the security market that power event-based layered security. [...]

5 Questions to Ask Before Purchasing Surveillance Radar Technology

January 7th, 2020|Insights|

Are you in the market for surveillance radar technology but are not sure where to start or struggling to narrow down your list of potential providers? Selecting a radar-based surveillance solution can be a daunting task and overwhelming if you are not familiar with the technology. To help you [...]

Observation Without Limits and Aerial Armor Announce Integration Partnership

November 14th, 2019|Company News|

Aerial Armor and Observation Without Limits (O.W.L.), a Dynetics company, are excited to announce a partnership to integrate OWL’s GroundAware® radar surveillance data into Aerial Armor’s drone detection solutions.  Aerial Armor is an integrator and service provider for drone detection technology in the U.S., and O.W.L. is a manufacturer [...]

Why You Need Radar for Your Drone Detection and Counter-UAS Solutions

October 31st, 2019|Insights|

Drone detection and counter-UAS (unmanned aircraft systems) applications have become an important topic the last few years as drone activity is increasing across the globe. According to the FAA, it is estimated there are more than 1.25 million drones in operation today and the FAA believes that number could [...]

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