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Bleutech Park Las Vegas unveils global tech in smart mini-city

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Bleutech Park Las Vegas, sponsored by Bleutech Park Properties, Inc. plans to break ground in the Las Vegas Valley in December 2019. This $7.5 billion, six-year project, will be constructed of net-zero buildings within their own insular mini-city, featuring automated multi-functional designs, renewable energies from solar/wind/water/kinetic, autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality, Internet of Things (IoT), robotics, supertrees, and self-healing concrete structures. 

Bleutech Park’s mixed-use environment featuring workforce housing, offices, retail space, ultra-luxury residential, hotel and entertainment will introduce a new high-tech biome to the desert valley. 

In late August, technology partners gathered to offer a first-hand look at the advanced technologies that will be integrated at Bleutech Park Las Vegas.

The event began with the unveiling of state-of-the-art technologies and new renderings of Bleutech Park Las Vegas by the team of architects and engineers. KME Architects Principal, Melvin Green began the program with what was echoed by all partners, “We are excited because of the foresight to bring Bleutech Park to Las Vegas for its sustainability. We all have a vested interest in this project because we have to leave this earth for our kids and their future generations.”

Bleutech Park Las Vegas CTIO, Bertrand Dano introduced key technology partners, from all around the world, who are making it possible for Bleutech Park Las Vegas to be powered by the sun, wind and footsteps, thereby creating its own energy “off-the-grid.” Following the renderings and information shared about its supertrees, representatives from Cisco, Pavegen, Knightscope, Onyx Solar, and Patriot One Technologies demonstrated each of their technologies and their impact into this one-of-a-kind project. From footsteps creating energy, to transparent colorful photovoltaic glass for building structures, to fully autonomous robots powered by the use of AI for security and technologies delivering innovative threat detection and counter-terrorism solutions.

“Patriot One is honored to be selected as the security technology partner for Bleutech Park, a $7.5b Las Vegas Mini-City project that will be the World’s First Net-Zero, Smart, Connected and Safe City,” shared Martin Cronin, CEO & president of Patriot One Technologies.

Tommy White, business manager of Las Vegas Laborers Union 872, said the project will bring “more than 25,000 jobs it will bring to Southern Nevada, not only to my union but many other unions as well.”

Bringing together Knightscope and Patriot One technologies, powered by the leadership and support of Cisco, as part of Bleutech Park Las Vegas’ top-notch smart security ecosystem, is a testament to the commitment for public safety and to bringing advanced safer technologies for safer communities. Cisco’s Business Development Manager, Mike Grigsbyshared insight and spoke on the “…city within the city aspect of Bleutech Park. By connecting and supporting these technologies, we’re helping smart cities become smarter communities.”

Bleutech Park takes this initiative very seriously as it’s an integral part to the health and safety of our community. Stacy Stephens, EVP and Chief Client Officer at Knightscope shared, “Bleutech Park is paving the road for new developments with its forward-thinking approach to putting public safety first by planning the integration of advanced technologies like autonomous security robots alongside the likes of power, water management and Internet service.”

Bleutech Park Las Vegas plans to build a state-of-the-art fire station approximately 40,000-square-foot facility EOC type, gender-neutral, with vegetation roofs, photovoltaic panels, 100% off-the-grid, and with enough room for truck maintenance and emergency response training capabilities utilizing augmented reality technology. “The Clark County Fire Department is honored to be partners with Bleutech Park,” shares Clark County Fire Department Fire Chief Greg Cassell. “We look forward to the arrival of this modern community and are excited about the opportunities before us.”