De ficción a realidad: drones y seguridad ciudadana en América Latina

  • Miguel Gomis-Balestreri Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
  • Ferdinando Falck Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Palabras clave: ANT, América Latina, CCTV, drones, política pública, seguridad

Resumen

El uso de los drones en América Latina está confrontado a dos dilemas principales. Por un lado, no existe un marco normativo claro en muchos de los países. Por otro lado, las políticas públicas y los civiles hacen cada vez más uso de dicha herramienta, aumentando la necesidad de establecer limitaciones y condiciones para el empleo de estos aparatos. El exitoso uso de los drones en control y gestión de infraestructura o del territorio pone a debate sus beneficios y peligros. En este artículo se revisa en primer lugar, los contextos normativos latinoamericanos;  segundo, se analizan los límites y debates ligados a la posible utilización de drones en las políticas de seguridad urbana latinoamericana, especialmente confrontándolos con las cámaras de vigilancia.

Biografía del autor/a

Miguel Gomis-Balestreri, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana

Politólogo especializado en Iberoamérica por Sciences-
po, Doctorando en Gobierno y Administración
Pública del IUIOG/UCM con Máster en Gobierno y
Administración Pública del IUIOG/UIMP y Máster en
Finanzas y Estrategia de Sciences-po. Consultor en
Gobernabilidad y Gestión Pública. Profesor de la Pontificia
Universidad Javeriana.

Ferdinando Falck, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana

Estudiante de Ciencia Política en la Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana, Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Relaciones
Internacionales, Bogotá, Colombia. Asistente de investigación.

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Gomis-Balestreri, M., & Falck, F. (2015). De ficción a realidad: drones y seguridad ciudadana en América Latina. Ciencia Y Poder Aéreo, 10(1), 71–84. https://doi.org/10.18667/cienciaypoderaereo.430

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2015-10-30
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