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So Texas Rangers are getting some high tech help keeping their land safe from smugglers.
The State's department of public safety is asking -- the -- surveillance cameras and Chris Gutierrez live at the Austin should.
-- with the latest on America's third war Chris what's going on good morning.
Good morning to you -- you -- to be honest these border cameras aren't new but here's what's different about these cameras there's not a live video stream that must be constantly monitored by people.
And this command center for example take a look here behind me instead these cameras only go off when something triggers the sensor and within seconds the images -- here.
To confirm whether or not it's illegal activity -- Nearly 250.
Miles north of Mexico at a command sinner in Austin we've had hits just two days ago.
Four days ago a steady stream of images show how well these new border cameras are working we can -- and virtually anywhere they're small compact but we moved them consistently so.
Personal -- -- trying to -- form you're not gonna find them through.
Once an image is fair fight in email alert is sent to the Border Patrol and local authorities working along the border we're providing -- the -- you say can make.
The best choice on how to respond -- activity that we're helping to Texas State level during a ten month test -- with just what He cameras hidden in several counties in south Texas officials arrested more than 130.
Illegal immigrants and the truth of the matter is that your doctor Bernard -- Some of these pictures were snapped on Michael Vickers range some seventy miles north of the border.
And I'm gonna show you on the the smuggling trails Vickers who carries a gun when He got on his property has even taken his own pictures proof of what He calls a bloody war.
A lot of desperate people come in and hear from all over the world.
And quite frankly a lot of we're getting through here undetected of these challenger per month.
They really are affect those cameras led to another 23 arrests just over the weekend they cost roughly 300 dollars each and the state plans to have 400 more up along the border within the next four months -- effect that can be in time Chris Gutierrez --
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