Young talented people are always in pursuit of inspiration. With this simple truth in mind, uSky Transport continues to build relations with educational institutions of the world, invites future professionals from all kinds of fields of science to get acquainted with the innovative uSky Transport & Infrastructure Technology.
Previously, uSky Transport specialists shared experience with students of the University of Tunis Carthage, the Republic of Tunisia, the College of Fine Arts and Design at the University of Sharjah, young achievers from the Rubu' Qarn Foundation, female student of the Higher Colleges of Technology and students from Pandit Deendayal Energy University, India.
This time uSky Test & Certification Centre hosted an entertaining uSky tour for students and teachers from the Faculty of Information Technology of the Vidyalankar Institute for International Education (VIIE), Mumbai, India.
VIIE provides students with a quality education and collaborates with leading US, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand universities.
uSky Transport’s green uHouse opened doors to Indian guests. And that is the only office in the United Arab Emirates completely built of wood, while meeting all fire safety standards and with its architecture keeping up with the most advanced global trends.
From the uHouse top, students viewed the completed certified Track 1 and Track 2 under construction. For Track 4, general construction works at Cargo & Passenger Station and Cargo & Passenger Terminal have already been completed. Track 2 at the final stage of civil works was also on the horizon.
Visitors keenly studied the working model of the uCity linear city integrated with uSky transport and infrastructure complexes, which make use of the patented uSky rail and uSky overpass technologies.
A uSky Transport representative told the students in detail about the concept, which provides for construction of an environmentally friendly linear city with evolved public transport, green energy and a highly developed economy.
uSky Transport is delighted to have an opportunity to share experience with young talented people and inspire their creative minds to come up with new promising technologies and concepts designed to better the quality of people’s life around the world.