CBP to Operate Drones with AI Technology along US-Mexico Border
WESLACO – Customs and Border Protection are adding more security to the U.S.-Mexico border.
With smugglers using new devices, new technology will help federal officers push back.
CBP spent $1.2 million on counter defense systems to fight the numerous ways smugglers are using drones to their advantage.
Citadel Defense CEO explained why CBP decided to but six of their Titan counter drone defense systems, essentially setting up an invisible bubble of protection for agents.
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