GroundAware, from Dynetics, to attend ASIS Security Expo

Thursday September 08, 2016

GroundAware, from Dynetics, continues to make great strides in the commercial security world.  The versatile new surveillance sensor platform will be on display at one of the largest security exhibitions, ASIS International 62nd Annual Seminar and Exhibits on September 12-15, 2016 in Orlando, Fla.

Built on next-generation radar technology, GroundAware detects intrusions in real time and provides the information in ways that are value-added to the end user:

  • Longer-range surveillance: GroundAware can track potential ground threats across 2,000 acres using a single, easy-to-implement radar system.
  • Real-time threat intelligence: GroundAware uses data to integrate live video, mobile alerts and other assets to classify targets as human, animal, aircraft or a vehicle.  
  • Easy integration with other security assets: GroundAware was built on an open architecture that supports straightforward integration of its detection, tracking, classification and notification capabilities with electro-optical and thermal/infrared cameras, video management systems, video verification systems, access control systems, acoustic sensors, GPS, and other security technologies.

GroundAware is currently being used in the airport and utilities industries with growth into the correctional facilities and defense markets.  This system is designed, delivered and supported by Dynetics sensor experts with more than 42 years in the defense, intelligence and critical infrastructure sectors.

Conference attendees are encouraged to visit the Dynetics booth number 4151 in the exhibit hall and view the conference agenda here. Media can participate in interviews and demonstrations on Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 2 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 10 a.m. or by request. Attendees can also follow Dynetics on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to get updated information about Dynetics and use the hashtag, #DyneticsByDesign.   For more information about GroundAware, visit

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