uSky Transport & Infrastructure Technology keeps on attracting a great deal of interest from people globally. Recently, uSky Test & Certification Centre has been attended by businessmen from different countries.
Dr. Ramzi Al Halasa, Advisor & Board Director of Hamriyah Steel in Sharjah, UAE, was among such distinguished guests.
Dr. Ramzi Al Halasa toured uSky Test & Certification Centre getting familiar with such advantages of uSky Technology like:
several times lower construction cost and further operation costs,
extreme environmental friendliness,
high speed of up to 150 km/h,
lower material consumption,
minimum land acquisition,
integrability into any existing urban infrastructure without disturbing the surrounding architecture.
Closing the meeting, Dr. Anatoli Unitsky presented Dr. Ramzi Al Halasa with his autobiographical book “The Engineer”, where the designer narrates about his work on the creation of uSky Transport, the goals he aspired to achieve and the difficulties he had to face. Dr. Ramzi Al Halasa thanked Dr. Anatoli Unitsky for a warm welcome and interesting information.
Another guest from the UAE who was warmly welcomed to uSky Test & Certification Centre was Mr. Shaiban Mohammed Shaiban Alyasi Almheiri, Chairman of Virtus Group.
The esteemed guest was impressed by what he had seen and wished uSky Transport the successful development in his country and beyond.
Yet another visitor of uSky Centre was Mr. René Hazekamp, the owner of Reha Reclame & Design, Netherlands.
Mr. Hazekamp was also introduced to the features of the innovative uSky Transport & Infrastructure Technology by visiting uSky Centre. The Netherlandish guest was impressed by the possibilities of uSky Transport & Infrastructure Technology.
The key advantage of uSky Transport & Infrastructure Technology is signiﬁcant reduction of construction and operation costs retaining the environmental friendliness and advanced safety in comparison to traditional ground and aboveground transport means like automobile, railway, monorail, magnetic levitation. For example, the cost of capital construction of uSky transport overpass is 1.5–2 times lower than traditional construction of the urban railway including tram line, and 5–7 times lower than the subway overpass built above the ground including the elevated metro. For instance, the construction of uSky urban double-track overpass costs about 2 million USD/km. Operating costs will also be about 2–3 times lower than for traditional transport systems.
Mr. Hazekamp was thankful to the representatives of uSky Transport for the interesting meeting and received Dr. Anatoli Unitsky’s books as a present.
Mr. Oswaldo Anyosa, Advisor to the mayor of the municipality of Huamanga, Peru, visited uSky Test & Certification Centre last week.
Mr. Anyosa tried the tropical uCar and learned about the exceptional capabilities of uSky transport and infrastructure complex based on the patented technologies of uSky rail and uSky transport overpass:
uSky complex can be easily adapted to perform any logistics tasks in urban (speed up to 150 km/h) and intercity (speed up to 500 km/h) passenger and passenger-and-freight transportation, as well as cargo transportation at speeds up to 150 km/h;
uSky complex features high efficiency, safety, reliability and durability, as well as significantly more favorable construction costs and minimal operating costs compared to other types of overpass transport (monorail, maglev train, surface metro, light rail, cable car) and underground metro;
a special design of uSky overpasses allows to significantly reduce their material consumption and increase durability and reliability both under the influence of extreme natural and climatic (earthquake, flood, tsunami, storm wind, fog, ice, snow and sand drifts, etc.), and man-made (vandalism, terrorism, etc.) factors.
Mr. Anyosa expressed his interest in uSky Transport projects and expressed his intention to build strong business relationships in the future.
uSky Transport is ready to develop mutually beneficial relationships with international partners implementing high-quality projects to solve transport problems globally.