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DHS seeks industry input on advanced cameras for border security

The Homeland Security Department has published specifications for advanced video cameras it wants to install all along the Mexican and Canadian borders. In a request for information posted this week, the Customs and Border Protection directorate describes DHS’ need for an “imaging-system bundle” with numerous camera capabilities, including long-range thermal and night imaging, pan and tilt controls, and the ability to operate at temperatures of minus 50 to 125 degrees, to communicate both through wires and wirelessly, and to be mounted on existing and new, highly mobile platforms. Full Story

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