Digest on the Development of String Technologies. Issue No. 19

Digest on the Development of String Technologies. Issue No. 19

03 December 2021

December has come, but it is warm in the UAE, no hints of hibernation: two months have passed since the start of EXPO 2020 and the increase in the flow of visitors to the uSky centre in Sharjah, and we traditionally present to your attention an overview of publications about string transport that have been released since the last digest.

We have already noted that recently there has been a huge number of reprints of significant articles about string transport, therefore we are pleased to have presented you with the original Italian publication "Here is uSky, the passenger and freight transport of tomorrow" on the current state of affairs and prospects for the development of innovative transport and infrastructure complexes. Like many other similar articles, it has been translated and published on the Spanish-language Internet resources tdicolombia.com.co and ecoinventos.com.

Our regular readers know that the comparison of uSky rolling stock with electric cars from Elon Musk has been going on for a long time, and a month ago we told you about the last such opposition: “Unitsky String Technologies Inc. Has Developed An Electric Car More Eco-Friendly Than A Tesla", which appeared on the already known resource cleantechnica.com, and was later retold by a site with a similar name cleanfuture.co.in.

The publications continue based on perhaps the most widely circulated news about uSky "These futuristic pods could help cities solve their traffic problems" by one of the most respected media outlets in the world – CNN. Recall that this article examines the features and advantages of string technologies and solutions over standard transport systems, as well as their role in solving global problems of the industry branch. This time, the project attracted the attention of portals from different continents: Kenyan kenyastar.com and German munichmetro.com.

We have no doubt that the obvious success in the development of string transport, as well as the uSky centre located in the UAE – a place that is currently receiving worldwide attention – will only increase the popularity of the project, and hence the number of publications about it.


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