b'John Dillardthey can respond to a breach in near real time. Even a robotic dog can alert of intrusions on or around the base and send the base patrol an alert to their smartphone and or tablet, Dillard says. This way, personnel dont have to drive around the base surveying their sectors, as they have done in the past. It becomes a more intelligent and predictive way of policing, rather than just sitting in one spot or driving around, Dillard says. Plus, it offers fuel savings and a relief on personnel resources. This could also benefit flight line entry control point monitoring. AT&T has 9'