3D PRINTING AND NEW SECURITY THREATS

Resumo

O presente estudo é uma análise de horizonte baseada no modelo britânico Sigma Scan. Ele explora possíveis questões e tendências futuras da impressão 3D e seu impacto potencial na sociedade, principalmente quanto às novas ameaças à segurança que sua disseminação deve provocar. Este exercício permite o exame baseado nas melhores previsões de como o futuro dessa tecnologia disruptiva e, ao mesmo tempo, capacitadora provavelmente será, visando compreender melhor as incertezas que o seu desenvolvimento trará. Neste relatório são abordadas as potenciais implicações do desenvolvimento da impressão 3D, em especial para a prática de crimes, os prováveis indicadores precoces de desenvolvimento dessa tecnologia, os desdobramentos simultâneos que podem servir de inibidores e de impulsionadores, os potenciais atores da prevenção e da promoção criminal, e as evidências que indicam a possibilidade dos acontecimentos previstos.

Palavras-chaves: Impressão 3D, fabricação aditiva, tecnologia disruptiva, tecnologia capacitadora, riscos à segurança.

Biografia do Autor

Franklin Epiphanio Gomes de Almeida, Polícia Militar do Estado de Mato Grosso

Mestre em Policing com distinção pela University College London (UCL) e Mestre em Política Social pela UFMT. Chevening Alumni. Bacharel em Segurança Pública pela Academia de Polícia Militar Costa Verde (CFO - Curso de Formação de Oficiais). Bacharel em Direito pela Faculdade de Direito de Tangará da Serra. Habilitado pela OAB. Possui Pós-graduação lato sensu em Políticas de Segurança Pública e Dieitos Humanos; Pós-graduação lato sensu em Metodologia Científica e Docência; Pós-graduação lato sensu em Gestão de Segurança Pública (CAO - Curso de Aperfeiçoamento de Oficiais). Atualmente é Tenente Coronel da Polícia Militar do Estado de Mato Grosso e exerce a função de Coordenador da Rede Cidadã, unidade de prevenção criminal da Secretaria de Segurança Pública do Estado de Mato Grosso.

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Publicado
2020-09-02
Como Citar
Gomes de Almeida, F. (2020). 3D PRINTING AND NEW SECURITY THREATS. Revista Do Instituto Brasileiro De Segurança Pública (RIBSP) - ISSN 2595-2153, 3(7), 197-210. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.36776/ribsp.v3i7.92
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Relato de Experiência ou Relatório de Viagens de Estudo