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Pegasus Global Holdings Announces Plans to Develop World’s Largest Tech Testing and Evaluation Cen

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posted on Oct, 22 2011 @ 08:01 AM

For example, this controlled environment would permit evaluation of the positive and negative impacts of smart grid applications and integration of renewable energies for residential, commercial and industrial sectors of the economy. Additional testing opportunities would include technologies emerging in intelligent traffic systems, next-generation wireless networks, smart grid cyber security and terrorism vulnerability.

This is an exciting project, if you people wish to read on through the its website and do take the time to view who they are parterns with. So i guess all those theories regarding living off the grid, well, i guess this will sum it up as " how can we force and implement citizen's that there is no other way other than living within the grid.

posted on Oct, 22 2011 @ 10:04 AM
Nice find!
Will read it through.


Below is a list of all the partners for this new project.

ST Engineering

Ploughshare Innovations

Marine Corps Warfighting Lab

USSOCOM, United States Special Operations Command


NSWC - Crane Division


Whit Sands Missile Range

Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization

Booz Allen Hamilton

SAIC From Science To Solutions

Marshall LS Land Systems

Naval Explosive Ordanance Disposal Technology Division


U.S Army Garrison Fort Monmouth

Advance Manufacturing Technologies Inc

REF Rapid Equipping Force

Lets hope these companies gives us some new nice technology.
I am looking forward to hear more about this project.
edit on 22-10-2011 by LiberalSceptic because: (no reason given)

posted on Oct, 23 2011 @ 02:08 AM
It is interesting to see the who's who as you put time and effort into your post. I guess as always news like this is far easier to be swept under the carpet infront of eurozone crisis and various other international events. That means when the results of this massive experiment are in and they begin imposing them across the world people will be saying that it is a black ops or big brother project. In my eyes its so well in the open and for everyone to see that its stupidly easy to push high priority projects in plain view rather than underground installations.

posted on May, 13 2012 @ 11:29 AM
I will focus on only one aspect of this development, but recognize the many facets it will involve. Please contribute accordingly.

Hobbs, NM is the recipient of this lucrative site. It looks like the price tag has increased since 2011, possibly because of inflation, more companies joining in the mix, or a combination of the two.

CITE’s first phase of construction is scheduled to begin June 30 and will cost $400 million. Pegasus expects investment in CITE to total $1 billion.

Pegasus managing director Robert H. Brumley said Tuesday at a news conference in Albuquerque that all of the investment in CITE will come from private funders, including private equity investors and lenders. Brumley said the exclusion of government funding will allow CITE to sell its testing services to a wider range of customers, including government and private sector customers.
This is the really intriguing part, as noted in posts above ,there are several defense related government agencies already slated to be involved in the program. I imagine all participants will come from a wide spectrum of the military-industrial-energy-information-etc.-complex.

Brumley said appliance manufacturers want their products to communicate wirelessly with owners and with other appliances in a household. CITE will provide a typical basement in a typical household with access to both traditional and experimental wireless towers where a smart washing machine can await a simulated owner’s instructions.
"Owner's" such an interesting concept. elected-for-1-billion-test-city.html

October 2009

Largely ignored by the national media, California passed the first statewide Smart Grid bill in the U.S. earlier this month, amid the flurry of renewable energy and efficiency legislation Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger also signed.

There has been some pushback from utility customers, concerned that the meters will up their electricity bills, but this response will probably not be unique to California as more states roll out advanced meters to the masses.
Aww yes, save the companies money yet cost the consumers more, gotta love it.

Smart meters, so called because they allow real-time usage monitoring, originally were pitched by the industry as a boon to consumers for increasing control over consumption.

boon 1 (b n). n. 1. A benefit bestowed, especially one bestowed in response to a request. 2. A timely blessing or benefit:
Whose request we say?

A minority of customers complained the devices instead raise their bills, compromise privacy and risk their health with electro-magnetic fields emitted by the wireless technology.

In 2011, the California Council on Science and Technology, a state-created technology advisory board, said in a report it found no evidence from scientific studies that smart meters were harmful and the devices emit far less radio-frequency energy than microwaves or mobile phones.

posted on May, 13 2012 @ 03:57 PM

Washington DC, April 18, 2012 – Pegasus Global Holdings (Pegasus) announced today that it will be holding two Industry Days for its Center for Innovation, Testing and Evaluation in partnership with Science Applications International Corporation (NYSE: SAI), a leading provider of scientific, engineering, systems, integration and technical solutions, on 24th and 26th of April. Amongst the invited guests will be US and International Governmental Agencies, Federal Laboratories, Universities, Investment Banks and Fortune 500 companies.

Simply posting this up on the off chance someone out there might be an invited guest and could probably shed some light at its progress.

posted on May, 14 2012 @ 02:48 PM
reply to post by cerebralassassins

Not the most related but if you have watched a new video sheding light on the death of Schneider, the video was mentioning the names of those companies, involved in digging beneath. Now I don't remember which part of the video was mentioning the names of these companies, though I think this one is not among them, doesn't mean they can't get on the list.

posted on May, 20 2012 @ 06:37 AM
What is very rarely discusssed re AREA51 is the DEVELOPMENT OF ADVANCED ROBOTICS.

You see the future of war fare is not MEN but it is MACHINES.

Here is a list of things that men feel:


Here is a list of things machines feel:


So it is for this reason that the government is implementing more and more robotics into their programmes, right? Area 51 is one of the main locations of robot testing.

Unmanned planes, unmanned soldiers, and testing this equipment. Very soon we will begin deploying mechanical troops Do you tinhk this is science fiction? think again

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