According to her, the system will employ sensors and cameras to control the border around the clock.
It will not be affected by weather conditions, and without the need for personnel to patrol the demarcation line.
“Officers can observe the border from the agency’s headquarters,” Michalska explained.
“The detection systems will send warnings, and the algorithms for these messages will be designed so that the border guard must respond only to genuine human crossing attempts, not animal crossing attempts.”
Michalska stated that the radio-electronic system will be operational within approximately 200 kilometers of Poland’s land boundary with Kaliningrad.
It was reported on the 2nd of October, that Poland has finished the construction of a 187 kilometers long.
The 5.5 meters tall wall made of steel panels and barbed wire is separates it with Belarus.
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