The security of the borders of European countries is a key factor in ensuring a high quality of life for its citizens . One of the main challenges is to manage the flow of people and goods arriving at our external borders, while tackling the issues of smuggling of goods and illegal migration. The construction of fences between borders is not a sufficiently effective measure, as the facilities on the border are usually damaged as well as the fences cut or jammed by illegal immigrants. A new entrepreneurial opportunity to reduce the traffic of illegal migrants in hard-to-reach and poorly populated border regions is the adaptation of (i) the processes for collecting, processing and analysing sensors data from border surveillance and (ii) wireless sensor networks constructed by specialized sensors for border control and uploading sensors data in a cloud structure. The use of wireless surveillance networks based on radio-controlled and long-life battery-powered sensors provides an effective way for effectively controlling illegal immigration, drug trafficking and other security breaches at the EU borders , , , . The information from these sensors transmitted to the cloud integrated systems with simple but highly standardized interfaces showing real-time information that can help the border guards in the decision making of their command and control centre . The entrepreneurial case can be realized through the creation of a security systems company. This company will offer security-consulting services. The consulting services will include an analysis and evaluation of existing networks to guard the borders of the EU and their ability to integration to cloud structures.
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