Transit from Dubai to Sharjah Сontinues

Transit from Dubai to Sharjah Сontinues

12 March 2022

It seems that we have recently announced the opening of EXPO 2020 in Dubai, but time flies so quickly that it is about to close its doors soon. People from all over the world rush to attend this celebration of advanced architectural thought and modern technologies, and representatives of Brazil, whose unique pavilion is also presented at the exhibition, are no exception.

Following an EXPO 2020 tour, a representative Brazilian delegation has visited Sharjah to explore string technologies and the architectural features of transport complexes. Apart from being told about the exceptional capabilities of string transport and infrastructure complex, the delegates:

- Have visited the passenger station and taken a test ride in a safe and certified tropical vehicle.

- Have seen the technical capabilities of cargo transport, which is of particular interest to representatives of the mining industry in the city of Carajas, as freight traffic through this area nowadays reaches 190 million tons per year.

- Have been told about four ways to position electric vehicles uPods in the control room with a software and hardware complex and control system.

- Have visited the demonstration pavilion showcasing a cutting-edge and sharp-looking high-speed pod designed for commuting on long-distance and international routes at the speed of up to 500 kilometres per hour.

- Have seen the model of a linear city.

As you probably know from our publications, Brazilians are the most frequent guests at the string transport test and certification centre, attesting to the growing interest in the technology within the Brazilian business environment. In turn, having all the requisite resources, the developer is ready to enhance business relations with new partners and customers from Brazil offering them the construction of high-quality routes in any region of this South America's most influential country.

You can get acquainted with the list of delegates and get much more info about the visit in the original article on the official resources of the project.


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