Testing and Evaluation of Next-Generation Innovations
In order to manage, maintain, and establish a test bed for CITE’s business purpose—testing and evaluation of next-generation innovations—a core set of utilities are contemplated for the CITY LAB location. Inherent in developing new innovation solutions legacy infrastructure is required to test upon. In that infrastructure are the power, water, telecommunications, buildings and grounds, and secure facilities (primary utilities) found in an average American city.
Consequently, CITE Resources will design and build its core infrastructure, including energy, water, telecommunications, facilities, and security, to meet its specific operating requirements. The requirements of a typical American city with no population as subscribers of these services, but merely as a patented network of operating systems to test against. All developed infrastructure will be utilized not only for testing operations for the CITY LAB but also for commercial use.
Advanced Molten Salt Reactors
Hydrogen Cracking–based energy
To be developed and tested by the
CITY LAB Power Grid
NEW CLEAN FOSSIL-FUEL PLANTS
Tier III 50,000 sq. ft. Data Center and 10,000 sq. ft. Carrier Hotel (Global PoP) dedicated space:
To serve as the primary Telecoms hub for Research Center and all related activities.
Support ancillary telecommunications needs of carriers, domestic and international, directly and indirectly.
DATA CENTER & CARRIER HOTEL
AGRICULTURAL & ENVIRONMENTAL