By BRIAN RODRIGUEZAPAWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has long vowed to build a border wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, and a new report suggests the construction industry has the technology to help construct it.
According to a study from the Institute for Defense Analyses, construction companies are now using a software tool to build prototypes of border walls and have created prototypes that have been shown to work in real-world scenarios, such as a simulated battle between the U,S.
The U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has said a wall could be built in just three years to protect the country from future threats, and the U-M program at the University of Maryland is using border wall prototypes to help create prototypes for its future wall projects.
The institute’s report, “Border Security, Building Border Walls: A Roadmap to Implementing a Border Wall on the US-Mexico Border” said the UAC/U-M programs have been used to create prototypes of the UAM-X border security tool, which is used to build walls in real world scenarios.
The tool was developed in collaboration with the University at Albany, which uses it to build its walls in Brooklyn, New York, and to simulate what it might look like in the real world, the report said.
The program is designed to “provide a realistic simulation of the environment, allowing UAC to simulate a future environment,” the report noted.
“It can be used for building a border fence or a fence to separate migrants from landfills or for border management purposes,” it said.
“The tool is capable of simulating large scale structures, such the size of a city block, as well as for building small scale structures,” the UAS report said, referring to the walls built by the Uam-X program.
The software is not the only tool that has been used in recent years to simulate the real-life situation of the border.
A UAC-developed program called Biodome created a virtual wall in an online game called “Border City,” which has also been used for training UAC agents and training the military.
It was developed by the University and the University is using it to train UAC and the military on its capabilities, the UAF report said.
“The UAC is using the virtual wall to train and develop new UAC soldiers to improve their ability to fight the Border Warrior in real life,” it added.