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Partnership announced to co-create Bleutech Park smart city vision

The £7.5bn Bleutech Park development, located in the Las Vegas Valley, Nevada, will be constructed of net-zero carbon footprint buildings within its own insular mini-city.

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Development will feature automated renewable energy sources and photovoltaic supertrees
Development will feature automated renewable energy sources and photovoltaic supertrees

Real-estate investment trust (REIT) Bleutech Park Properties is partnering with Siemens Advanta to help co-create what it claims will be the first “digital infrastructure city” in the world.

 

The £7.5bn Bleutech Park development, located in the Las Vegas Valley, Nevada, will be constructed of net-zero carbon footprint buildings within its own insular mini-city, featuring automated multi-functional designs, renewable energy sources, photovoltaic ‘supertrees’, as well as a variety of other interconnected innovations.

 

Ultra-luxury residential towers

 

The smart city development will encompass luxury residential towers, futuristic hotels, technologically advanced office spaces, and a full entertainment tower that will feature a casino.

 

According to the REIT, by elevating the interconnected world via technology, the city will be a desirable place to live, learn and play while also forming the workforce of the future via its state-of-the-art manufacturing and innovation hub.

 

“We have enlisted Siemens Advanta’s expertise due to [its] deep domain knowledge and track record of successful smart building and operational technology projects,” said Janet Garcia, CEO and founder, Bleutech Park.

Autonomous vehicles, augmented reality and robotics will all powered by 5G
Autonomous vehicles, augmented reality and robotics will all powered by 5G
The smart city development will encompass luxury residential towers, futuristic hotels
The smart city development will encompass luxury residential towers, futuristic hotels

“We will look to [it] to guide our journey from ideation to master planning, all the way through execution as we weave innovative and cutting-edge technology through every touchpoint of our smart infrastructure of the future.”

 

The consulting team has kicked off the first phase of the project by identifying the “north star” that underscores the opportunities Bleutech Park Las Vegas from a business, technical and operational planning perspective. This initial phase aims to ensure that the new community delivers maximum value for Bleutech Park, its residents, businesses, and their customers.

“Concepting from this early stage will allow Bleutech Park Las Vegas to be a true digital revolution, building the future of smart and connected infrastructure from the ground up”

“We’re honoured and excited to be involved in this monumental project from its inception as the sole OT/IT consultancy and solution delivery partner,” added Peter Torrellas, digital cities and infrastructure vice president and partner, Siemens Advanta.

 

“Concepting from this early stage will allow Bleutech Park Las Vegas to be a true digital revolution, building the future of smart and connected infrastructure from the ground up.”

 

Siemens Advanta is a new business unit founded by Siemens Corporation in April 2019. It is a strategic advisor and implementation partner in digital transformation and industrial IoT with a global network of more than 8,000 employees in 19 countries and 89 offices.

 

Bleutech Park Las Vegas bills itself as the world’s first entirely sustainable, self-contained ecosystem. The project will incorporate extensive digital infrastructure, enabling it to harness the power of digitisation, system integration, electrification, hydrogen technologies, mobility and 5G to bring emerging technologies to life.

 

Built on a digital platform, Bleutech Park will feature automated multi-functional designs, renewable energies from solar/wind/water/kinetic, autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (AR), Internet of Things (IoT), and robotics, all powered by 5G.

 

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