The world’s first smart mini-city built in Las Vegas

The world’s first smart mini-city built in Las Vegas

Bleutech Park Las Vegas. Image courtesy of Bleutech Park Properties

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Real Estate Trust Bleutech Park Properties plans to build the world’s first mini-city for digital infrastructure in Las Vegas, Nevada. The $ 7.5 billion project, called Bleutech Park, is set to lay the foundation stone this December and redefine the infrastructure industry sector. The development will be home to an island-zero-island mini-town as a high-tech biome in the desert valley.

Bleutech Park Las Vegas was created to redefine mixed-use housing developments for employees, offices, retail spaces, luxury residential, hotel and entertainment areas. The new project will include a wide range of technologies and functions including automated multifunctional designs, renewable energies from solar / wind / water / kinetics, autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality and the Internet of Things (IoT), Robotics, super trees and self-healing concrete structures.

Bleutech Park Las Vegas.  Image courtesy of Bleutech Park PropertiesBleutech Park Las Vegas. Image courtesy of Bleutech Park Properties

The group explains: “Through the use of unmanned flight systems and AI, the construction site becomes a living, breathing blueprint. The integration becomes seamless with the technology, more efficient, more effective and more secure. The mini city shows energy generation and storage, waste heat recovery, water treatment, waste treatment on site and local air purification. “The resources for heating, cooling, lighting and electricity are harvested on site. In addition, the buildings in Bleutech Park will be connected to a wider network of super trees, which will reduce the consumption of imported water by 95 percent and improve biodiversity.

“Bleutech believes in the rise of digitization and robotics in construction as it will increase productivity and efficiency,” said Bertrand Dano, CTIO of Bleutech Park Properties, Inc., CTIO. He continued, “Wearable technology will increase safety in the workplace, especially when it comes to lifting and repeating. We believe in the future of robotics and its ability to improve workplace safety and employee health.”

Bleutech Park Las Vegas will be built over the course of six years with strategic partners such as contractor Martin-Harris Construction and technology leader Cisco.

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