How Technology Will Be Used at US-Mexico Border
The Sophisticated Technology Behind President Trump's 'Great, Great Wall' (CNBC)
Though bidding for companies vying for the chance to build the estimated $15 billion wall has closed, experts still say that technology has and will continue to play an important role in securing the border. The executive order on border security emphasizes urgency to achieve complete operational control of the southern border.
The U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officials announced this week that "technology alone would not meet the requirements of the solicitations" in an amended request for proposals. Proposals submitted by the deadline date were required to include physical barriers in addition to technology in their proposals.
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