At the beginning of the year, the developer decided to recall the global transport problems that scientists talked about last year – first of all, traffic jams, a danger to human life and the environment – and propose its own ways to solve them.
The potential of string technologies is much higher than that of any of the existing or future transport systems. The elevated design makes it possible to forget about traffic jams and accidents, and the anti-derailment system increases road safety unprecedentedly. If the construction of string roads begins soon, about 100 million people will be saved from death in car accidents in the next 100 years, and about 500 million will not become disabled.
uSky technologies can also make a significant contribution to solving the environmental problem. It is known that a significant share of harmful emissions into the atmosphere falls on traditional modes of transport, and more and more often, string transport is considered as an answer to the environmental challenge in the world.
It is not a secret for RSW Systems investors that string transport complexes in their environmental friendliness, efficiency and safety are many times superior to all other known types of transport. Environmentally friendly string-rail roads only pointwise rest on the ground, which during the XXI century can return to land users the vast territories that are currently occupied by traditional transport communications. Vegetation can appear on these areas, annually replenishing the atmosphere with a billion tons of life-giving oxygen and utilizing about the same amount of CO2. They will also be able to produce about 1 billion tons of additional agricultural products annually. Thus, the problem of environmental pollution will be significantly reduced.
You can find out more by reading the original article "How Can String Transport Help in Solving Global Problems Discussed by Scientists in 2021?" on the developer's official website.
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