Tech Company Builds Unpopulated City To Test Emerging Technologies

Tech Company Builds Unpopulated City To Test Emerging Technologies

There are plans to build a new billon-plus dollar city in New Mexico for the acceleration of research into applied, market-ready products.

Emma Hutchings
  • 15 may 2012

Private international technology development firm Pegasus Global Holdings, LLC, is creating a 400 acre city in Lea County, New Mexico that is big enough to house 35,000 people. However, the city will be unpopulated, as it is the site of a large testing and evaluation center called CITE, which will provide researchers the ability to collect data and test emerging technologies.

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