Ghost town of the future? I'd hate to be the guy digitizing all of those tech tumbleweeds.
SolidLine travels all over the country, stopping in all sorts of places. But when you hear the term “Ghost Town,” the first reaction usually isn’t, “Let’s stop to see if we can find an iPhone 5!”
Soon, the Albuquerque, New Mexico desert could be a tech lover’s paradise. From CNET.com….
D.C.-based Pegasus Global Holdings is planning to build the model city to test new and up-and-coming technologies such as smart grids, renewable energy, intelligent traffic systems and next generation Wi-Fi. The company says the huge facility, dubbed “The Center,” would likely be located somewhere near the Albuquerque or Las Cruces metro areas, giving the company access to multiple Interstate corridors, nearby national labs, universities, and military installations.
That’s right – a company is planning to build a technology “ghost town,” testing all kinds of cool gadgets and gizmos. And it won’t just be a small, Old West strip – think 20 square miles. So much for a double dip recession, right?
In fact, New Mexico’s governor says the project could bring 4,000 new jobs to the area. After all, they’re going to have to build and maintain “urban canyons, suburban neighborhoods, rural communities, and distant localities.” Why not just rent Rockford’s Midway Village
for a few weeks?
They’ll be studying the project for the rest of 2011 to determine if and when they can get started. Check out CNET’s full story on the matter HERE
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This fully animated production promotes Nutri-Vet’s Skin Care Supplements for dogs with a custom SolidLine developed character named Dr. Wellington. The spot is available to view online and at Pet Smart and other pet stores nationwide.