uSky Transport has had a distinction of being invited for Estonian ICT Cluster Conference hosted by Sharjah Research Technology and Innovation Park, an insightful event bringing together thought leaders in the world of cities from Estonia and the United Arab Emirates.
Over the course of the conference, uSky Transport representative had a dialogue with ITL Estonia CEO Doris Põld, who appeared to be delighted and impressed with a short introduction on uSky technology and introduced her teammates from EyeVi Technologies, provider of road network intelligence with AI-powered on-demand mapping technologies, Auve Tech, autonomous vehicles developer, etc., having much in common with uSky Transport & Infrastructure Technology control systems, which are automated and equipped with subsystems for machine vision, positioning, routing tasks, recognizing threats and signaling within the traffic network of vehicles exchanging data with each other.
The introduction by SRTI Park CEO His Excellency Hussain Al Mahmoudi also covered uSky Transport being situated as a part of transformation towards smart solutions for urban energy, mobility, offering to the market passenger and freight traffic solutions based on transcendent off-the-ground transport technology. The highly efficient and environmentally friendly uSky electric vehicles improve the safety of high-speed transportation due to rolling stocks travelling high above the ground, thus eliminating any chance of collision with other objects and vehicles moving on the ground surface.
A key speaker at panel discussion “The role of innovation in building sustainable smart cities” turned to be the former President of Estonia, Mrs. Kersti Kaljulaid.
The conference was concluded by signing a strategic MoU between Sharjah RTI Park and Estonian Association of Information Technology and Telecommunications, that is to further enhance coloration in such innovative industries as uSky Transport & Infrastructure Technology.