The recent guest of honour at uSky Test & Certification Centre has appeared to be Mr. José Agüero Avila, the Ambassador of the Republic of Paraguay in the UAE.
The Republic of Paraguay is a country in the very heart of South America, which has untold natural wealth, extraordinary architecture and a rich historical past.
Mr. Ambassador is interested in new technological opportunities for his country and finding reliable business partners, one of which can be uSky Transport.
The Ambassador and other delegates were shown the exceptional potential of innovative transport and presented a safe, environmentally friendly, and certified tropical uCar adapted to work in a hot climate.
uSky Transport representative 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 test ride in uCar was memorable and emotional. The guests were impressed by the original design of the novel electric vehicle and its comfortable interior.
During the trip, the delegates highly praised the main advantages of the uSky transportation system:
enhanced safety of high-speed transportation due to rolling stocks travelling high above the ground resultingly excluding the risk of colliding with other objects moving on the ground;
minimal land uptaken by string rail overpasses, which can be easily adapted to perform any logistic tasks at speeds up to 500–600 km/h;
more favorable construction and operating costs compared to other types of overpass transport (monorail, magnetic levitation train, surface subway, high-speed tram, cable car) and underground metro.
The genuine interest was shown in a high-speed uFlash with an integrated multimedia system and a capacity of 6 paх capable of travelling on uSky overpasses at 500 km/h and featuring aerodynamic characteristics surpassing those of such a supercar like Bugatti Veyron.
The guests were also impressed by the capabilities of the cargo uCont.
uCont can transport cargo up to 100 million tons per year and have several advantages over the conventional freight transportation industry:
applicability in regions with difficult terrain that are hard to pass, water barriers, and massive buildings;
feasibility of track laying along the shortest path;
high environmental friendliness;
low costs for track structure;
full automation of loading and unloading operations, etc.
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.
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 heart of a hot desert.
Concluding his visit, Mr. Ambassador thanked the representatives of uSky Transport for the opportunity to get familiar with the innovative uSky technology and wished successful development on all continents of the planet.