On September 9, 2015 SkyWay group of companies has received another order, this time it is the pre-project studies for the construction of an urban route in the city of Tallinn, Estonia. Vladimir Maslov, Director of the Scan TRANSNET project, Doctor of Economics, signed a contract for a large sum from the Estonian side.
The track will be laid in the business area of the capital of this country, which is called Ülemiste City. It has an impressive perspective. Its inhabitants, like the SkyWay project participants, are focused on a clear vision of the future. For reference − Ülemiste City in Tallinn offers ideal opportunities for business development in real estate, facilitated by the proximity of the city, a large area, already existing infrastructure. This is a kind of intellectual business-incubator, located next to Tallinn airport. Enterprise offices and high-tech factories are created in this business town on the territory of more than 200 thousand square meters.
In the fall of 2006 Webmedia electronic plant and Mainor High school moved on the territory of Ülemiste City. In the fall of 2007 the largest in Estonia street of restaurants was built in the heart of the town. In January 2008 the IT-enterprise Helmes and the company for selection of executives Fontes moved to the quarter Ülemiste City, and in the spring of the same year a new building of IT company Microlink, the largest in the Baltic countries, was erected. Since the autumn of 2008 the golden partner Santa Monica Networks − Cisco Systems joined the incubator. Since June 2009 the leading Nordic energy company Fortum works in the town, in the fall of 2009 Elektroskandia Eesti joined it.
We are pleased to acquire such serious partners who believed in the prospects of SkyWay technology and we have no doubts that together we will succeed!
Correspondent of information services for international group of companies SkyWay