BAYAMON, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico’s governor says he hopes a new technology center can help the U.S. territory incorporate artificial intelligence and internet-connected devices as it rebuilds from Hurricane Maria.

Gov. Ricardo Rossello said Monday that the lab located in the northern city of Bayamon will be completed in four months and will be run by a local company, Engine-4. It will receive resources and help from companies including Intel, AT&T, IBM and Hewlett-Packard.

He said Intel will create an innovation center within the lab to focus on artificial intelligence technology, “Internet of Things” devices and drones.

Rossello said he expects some projects will help create “smart cities” with features that might include technologies to detect flooding in the event of a storm.