Dear investors, let us share with you another article by the Sharjah branch of the project.
“Mobility Live Middle East” is the region’s most important mobility event, where disruptive technology and innovation drive much-needed change. It brings together developers, their technology, and their attitude with stakeholders across all modes and disciplines: to dialogue, to create insight, and promote collaboration.
Mrs. Sowmya Yellappa, Exhibition & Sponsorship Sales Manager, and Mr. Oliver Bull, Conference Manager of the exhibition, in the role of the promoters of this show to take place on 15–16 May 2023 at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, have toured the string technologies test and certification centre accompanied by Sharjah Research, Technology and Innovation Park (SRTIP) representatives, Mrs. Sandrine Bouic Petit, Mr. Yacoub Al Tahtamouni, Mr. Mohammed Bani Hammad. The guests have been shown bizarre EVs: a high-speed sharp-looking flagship vehicle and a certified tropical pod, a mockup of linear city, and much more.
The visitors have also been introduced to a wide range of other passenger and cargo rolling stock. After a visit to the control room the delegates have given recognition for the originality and innovation of the linear city concept being showcased at the company’s office. During a video presentation to follow, the attention of the guests has been drawn to the prospects for implementing string transport and infrastructure solutions.
The project’s administration has thanked the guests for their interest and inspiring feedbacks:
One such revolutionary project is uSky Transport FZE. We had the pleasure to ride in one of their autonomous state-of-the-art electric skypods on the string rails. The reality is closer than you think!” (Mrs. Sowmya Yellappa).
“uSky has set up their test and certification Centre at SRTIP, in Sharjah UAE. Revolutionary transport of the future: ecofriendly, safe, comfortable. uSky vehicles provide for passenger and cargo transportation in a separate space in the air above the ground surface” (Mrs. Sandrine Bouic Petit).
“Honoured to be given a tour of the uSky Transport FZE facilities and seeing first hand what the future of mobility may look like” (Mr. Oliver Bull).
The article ends with an appeal “See you at Mobility Live ME 2023!”
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