Cyber border

Hoekenga, Christine
December 2007
High Country News;12/24/2007, Vol. 39 Issue 24, p3
The article focuses on the SBInet project initiated by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security implanted on the southern edge of Arivaca Valley, Arizona that is equipped with motion sensors and cameras, and radar to form a virtual fence to secure the border. The project calls for out-fitting agents with technologies like satellite phones and laptops in addition to the virtual fence. Moreover, Project 28 mobile sensor towers with electronic hardware is designed to virtually fence 28 miles of Mexican border south of Tucson that costs more than $600,000.


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