A high tech border fence?

NY Times:

On the Mexican Border, a Case for Technology Over Concrete
Using surveillance equipment adapted from military use in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Border Patrol is creating what some experts call a “virtual wall.”
Whatever works to stop the illegal entry into the country should be used.  One of the advantages of the high-tech method is that it would not block the ranchers' access to water from the Rio Grande which their cattle need to survive in the arid conditions.  This would also deal with some of the political opposition to a physical wall by residents on the border.

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