Some call it the city of $1 billion, others the ghost town, because it will have no inhabitants, but whatever we call it, this project, CITE (The Center for Innovation, Testing, and Evaluation), could revolutionize the way of life for humankind.
Wouldn’t you like to arrive at the office with a capsule that is over 200 km per hour, and there is already a hot tea waiting for you, at a welcoming desk, with 0 energy consumption? In a few years, this could be possible if the CITE project bears fruit.
Pegasus Global Holdings aims to build an entire city to test new technologies in construction, transportation, telecommunications, and renewable energy without living and endangering people’s lives during the testing period.
CITE will cover 24 square kilometers and will have from skyscrapers to offices, school, police, and mall, to suburban residential area, canyon type streets (among tall buildings). But also a highway area surrounding it, where new transport methods will be tested, from remote-guided cars to high-speed means of transportation.
The buildings will be made with new construction technologies, here being tested and monitored avant-garde materials, as resistant and ecological as possible, as well as for the first time methods of producing renewable energies.
Therefore, the city is designed to be like a vast laboratory, controlled from a nearby campus, in the test areas being denied access to people.
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