uSky Test & Certification Centre has been visited by an international delegation from various fields of business:
Mr. Greg Peters, CEO at Cgear, Moorabbin, Victoria, Australia, a global presenter and marketer of products designed in Australia for the high-level Government Officials, Military and Business Leaders on all Continents.
Mr. Dale Jackson, Deputy Chief Executive Officer at Initi8, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, is a niche Business Management & Healthcare Consultancy company with the core strength in providing practical solutions in governance, strategy, performance management, leadership, operational efficiency, and use of technology that maximizes performance outcomes.
Mr. Michael Adebayo, BA (Hons), LLB (Hons), LLM at Dillex Solicitors, a rapidly growing firm of solicitors based in east London, Great Britain, with the main objective to provide the highest standards of legal advice and service.
Mr. Arnaud Fabre, Founder & CEO at Agriculture Box, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, a turn-key farming system, designed to grow nutrient-dense, flavourful food in urban environments, Organic Urban Farming on rooftops, terraces, private residences, compounds, hotels, restaurants, schools and universities, community vegetable gardens with urban developers.
The uSky tour started at the passenger station, where guests were presented with a certified tropical uCar designed for urban and intercity commutation, and customized for regions with arid climate and upper operating temperature limit up to +55°C.
The guests asked questions about the type of transport route that uCar travels on and about the safety of the transport system. uSky Transport representatives spoke about the features of the uSky complexes, assuring the guests that high standards of design and construction are key elements in ensuring the safety of the transport system.
The visitors could not deny themselves the pleasure of taking a test drive, during which they were convinced of the safety and comfort of the novel electric vehicle. The guests also noted that overpass transport does not produce harmful emissions into the atmosphere and, thus, is more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly.
After the test ride to the service station, the delegates proceeded to the control room with a software and hardware complex for supervisory control and data acquisition. The guests were pleasantly surprised by the unique in-house software, with the help of which one specialist can simultaneously drive numerous EVs on uSky tracks.
The company flagship, a high-speed uFlash with a built-in multimedia system and a passenger capacity of 6 pax capable of moving along uSky overpasses at a speed of up to 500 km/h, also aroused the genuine interest of visitors.
Of particular interest to the visitors was the uSky Transport office, a green uHouse made entirely of wood and complying with all fire safety standards. The uHouse ecosystem is rich and diverse: a flowering garden, a pond, beehives, and bird nests – all these create an atmosphere of an oasis in the middle of a hot desert.
The concept of a linear uCity, an eco-friendly city with developed public transport, green energy, and a highly developed economy, which is presented in the form of an operating model with five operating uSky tracks, delighted the guests of the uSky Centre.
During the presentation, the guests and representatives of uSky Transport discussed the possibility of passenger and cargo transportation using uSky Transport & Infrastructure Technology between islands and the mainland coast, as well as between cities and airports. Today, uSky Transport possesses all the requisite resources to solve the set tasks anywhere in the world, offering its customers high-quality, safe, and environmentally friendly transport systems.
The delegates were impressed by what they saw at uSky Test & Certification Centre and left their feedback in the guestbook.
«A privilege to attend this facility and see in person this technology. Very much enjoyed my time»
«Thank you for a wonderful demonstration. It is truly the transport and shipping of the future. I'm very excited to try and help this project advance within both UAE but also my home country of Australia»