This technological city plan is an idea for the future as a way to test out and develop new technologies. The proposed town would be located in the New Mexico desert, near the Mexico-US border. Pegasus Global Holdings, a telecommunications company, designed this $1 billion model city to have zones for development of agricultural, energy and water-treatment. It would also experiment with things like self-driving cars and smart home designs -- seeing which have the highest potential in a real world setting.
The potential plan would have room for 35,000 inhabitants, though it would not necessarily actually house any. The technological city would be similar to that in 'The Truman Show' film -- a city entirely manufactured that could be measured, watched and analyzed from control rooms throughout.
This City Tests Industry-Specific Tech Like Self-Driving Cars
1. Technological City Models - Opportunity for companies to develop and test new technologies in controlled city environments.
2. Self-driving Cars - Potential to experiment and optimize self-driving car technology in a real-world setting.
3. Smart Home Designs - Testing and refining smart home designs for practical application in future urban contexts.
1. Telecommunications - Telecommunications companies can play a key role in designing and implementing infrastructure for futuristic technological cities.
2. Agriculture - Opportunity for agricultural companies to develop innovative methods and technologies for urban farming and sustainable food production.
3. Water Treatment - Water treatment industry can explore and refine new water treatment technologies for future urban environments in the proposed city model.