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uSky Technology

The basis of uSky technology is an innovative string rail, which is an ordinary concrete or steel reinforced beam or truss with a rail head and additionally reinforced with pre-stretched strings

uSky Transport Solutions

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Passenger

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Cargo

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uPod for Passenger Transportation 

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uBike

A vehicle for 2 passengers. It is driven with a traction electric drive, which is powered from a contact network or on-board energy storage unit. uBike can be equipped to meet individual consumer's needs, specifics of the terrain and passenger traffic. Designed for use in recreation areas, tourist routes and local transport lines.

uCar

High-comfort vehicle with up to 6 seats. It is driven with a traction electric drive, which is powered from a contact network or on-board energy storage unit. Used for driving on urban and suburban routes. uCar design enables to arrange its modules into a single rolling stock through a rigid coupling. The number of rolling stock sections and capacity depends on the assumed passenger flow. The custom made uCar in tropical version is designed for regions with arid and humid climates with upper operation temperature limit up to + 55°C.

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uBus

Standard vehicle of modular design.
It is driven with a traction electric drive, which is powered from a contact network or on-board energy storage unit. It is used for operation on urban and suburban routes with a truss track structure. uBus feature seats and standing room and the capacity can vary function of additional transport modules.

uFlash

High-speed vehicle up to 6 seats.
It runs at speeds up to 500 km/h on rigid truss overpasses. It is driven with a traction electric drive, which is powered from a contact network or on-board energy storage unit. uFlash is designed for transportation on intercity and international routes.
The body is equipped with a separate luggage compartment.

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New infrastructure
solutions for mobility


Stations and terminals as part of transport systems are designed and implemented using innovative string technologies. Intelligent control systems completely exclude the human factor, accidents and traffic jams providing full control of speed, route and uninterrupted 24-hour operation.

 

Modular principle allows to fit stations and terminals into the surrounding landscape naturally and, if necessary, expand infrastructure, including integrated cafes, shops, entertainment centres, ATMs, pharmacies, etc.

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uCargo for Freight Transportation

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uTruck

A vehicle for transporting loose (bulk) cargo. It is driven with a traction electric drive, which is powered from a contact network or on-board energy storage unit. uTruck is loaded and unloaded automatically. It is used for operation at industrial facilities, ports and mining sites.

uCont

A vehicle for transporting sea containers with a nominal length of 20 and 40 feet.
It consists of two traction modules, coupled with a telescopic drag-bar of backbone type. It is driven with a traction electric drive, which is powered from a contact network or on-board energy storage unit.
It is used for operation at industrial facilities, ports and mining sites.

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The mainstay
of international trade

 

The rapid growth of dry bulk cargo market and fierce competition lead to a shortage of deep-water ports where large-sized cargo ships can be loaded and unloaded. Dredging and creating new port territories requires significant financial, technical and natural resources.
The concept of sea port with aerial cargo transport as a single complex eliminates restrictions arising from shore distance and water depth at the mooring area and offers an alternative solution to the problem of lacking port capacities for cargo handling.

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