SAI has managed, designed, system engineered and deployed many projects in support of homeland security. Our capabilities include:

  • Secure Border Systems
  • Crisis Information Management Systems (CIMS)
  • Command and Control (C2) Centers
  • Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS)
  • Cross-border trafficking prevention applications
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Secure Electronic Network for Travelers Rapid Inspection
The United States and Mexico share nearly 2.000 miles of common border. Nearly 10 million people live along this border. As estimated 300 billion dollars worth of goods flow across the border between the two nations…

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SIOM – Re-engineering of Mexico’s Immigration System

The National Institute of Migration (Instituto Nacional de Migración -INM or INAMI) is a technical organization under the assignment of the Secretaría de Gobernación (SEGOB). INM hosts and maintains the Sistema Integral…

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Automated Number Plate Recognition (ANPR)

The ANPR system enables Government of Mexico’s (GOM) law enforcement agencies to automatically recognize vehicle license plates, match…

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Port of Oakland Intrusion Detection System

he port of Oakland, CA is the 4th largest port in United States and ranks 20th globally in container handling. The port was using obsolete and outdated fixed camera technologies…

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SSP National Command and Control Center (NCC) Mexico City

The objective of this project is to empower the Mexican federal law enforcement agency SSP (Secretaria de Securidad Publica) with standardized core competencies in areas of emergency and incident…

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Operations Against Smugglers – Initiative on Safety and Security (OASISS)

Operations Against Smugglers Initiative on Safety and Security (OASISS), is a US-Congress approved bi-national program involving the neighboring countries of United States…