Andrade, Israel de Oliveira Cortinhas, Juliano da Silva Soares, Matheus Augusto Franco, Luiz Gustavo Aversa
Texto para Discussão No. 2480
With one of the largest territories in the world and a very extensive land border, surveillance and monitoring of this region are especially challenging for the Brazilian state. To overcome this challenge, the Integrated Border Monitoring System (SISFRON), the world's largest system of the kind, has been conceived and is in the process of implementation (although still in pilot project). Thus, the objective of this study is to analyze SISFRON in terms of its viability, effectiveness and conjunctural importance, considering the benefits it proposes to generate, mainly in the areas of politics, economics, technology, environment, civil society, National Defense and public security.
Brazilian Army SISFRON borders National Defense public policy