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Dubai’s road to the future of transport

[03.08.2021] Everyone has heard about Dubai city. One of the fastest growing cities in the Middle East. You can often hear about Dubai as a city that has something utmost like the tallest building, longest driverless metro network, etc. Upcoming EXPO 2020, which begins in October, will also try to surprise the whole world.

The city is constantly evolving thanks to openness to innovation of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai.

HH Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi in Sky Pod

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai, is photographed testing two models of Sky-Pods developed by uSky Transport


“The agreement is in line with the RTA’s efforts to realize Dubai’s vision of turning 25 per cent of all trips into self-driving experiences by 2030”, written in Khaleej Times news.

Khaleej Time

“Abdul Mohsin Ibrahim Younes, CEO of Rail Agency, said: Developing advanced, innovative transport system and improving the sustainable transport network in Dubai (would) encourage people and visitors to use public transport.”


uSky Transport is proud to be involved with other companies in the city's latest infrastructure project and was one of the first companies to offer aerial transport solutions to the city in 2019.

This agreement for an urban ropeway is among the many others that the RTA has been signing to explore new, futuristic models of transport for the emirate


Now, uSky Transport has own Test & Certification Centre in Sharjah, UAE, where we are available to demonstrate uSky transport technology. At this certification center, our engineers conduct daily safety and reliability tests of our technology. Thanks to this work, we can reasonably claim that uSky transport technology is really safe.


Here in our Test & Certification Centre we have a fully functioning passenger line. Two more lines are under construction now each being 2.4 km long, thus the range of vehicles will be expanded with new suspended and mounted vehicles of greater load capacity and volume, capable of providing greater cargo traffic.


uSky Transport technology allows for the construction of tracks in areas with difficult terrain and harsh climates, preserving natural landscapes, and integrating transport into existing infrastructure.