Scientists Plans $1 Billion High-Tech Ghost Town For Testing Purposes
Scientists are now planning to build a high-tech city in southeast New Mexico, spending over 1 Billion US dollars, just for scientific research testing purposes and without any people.
According to the reports this city will be built in Lea County near Hobbs. Researchers believes that this city will make great opportunities for testing future technologies like next-generation driver-less cars, wireless networks, and even self-flushing toilets without causing any harm to human lives. It will look exactly like a mid-sized modern city and will also have all the things like roads, houses, shops and everything but without any people. The CITE project is planned to be built around a 15 square miles area and the Pegasus Holdings will be taking the main part of developing this project.
Inventors have to go though an awful lot of trouble before start testing a futuristic design in public. But with this new project they will have a great chance to easily start testing in real world without harming anyone and start producing their projects quicker than ever before.
“The only thing we won’t be doing is destructive testing, blowing things up… I hope,” Said, Bob Brumley, senior managing director of Pegasus Holdings.