CBP showcases state-of-the-art technology at the border


LAREDO, TX. – The Border Patrol exhibited in a video the technology and equipment that allows it to exercise control of its border with Mexico.
In inhospitable areas, they use drones and state-of-the-art technologies that have allowed access to hundreds of weapons, drugs, money, and people in human smuggling.
The aerostats with the radar system move them to the points of greatest incidence.
In addition, human heat sensors move agents to locate groups of criminals.
CBP notes that, in the fiscal year 2021, it quantifies the actions the agency took to safeguard the borders and enhance the nation’s economic prosperity in the previous fiscal year.
The American public has been protected from counterfeit and unsafe medical products by implementing technological advances to support extraordinary actions to combat public health challenges.
In 2021, CBP demonstrated leadership by issuing seven hold-and-release orders, two finds, and stopping 1,469 shipments containing approximately $486 million of goods suspected of having been manufactured using forced labor.
Illicit actors around the world were trying to take advantage of the pandemic, profiting from sales of unregulated and unsafe personal protective equipment imports.
CBP seized tens of millions of illegal, counterfeit, unapproved, or substandard COVID-19-related products that threatened the health and safety of American consumers.


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