Friends, most of us live in large cities, so we know first-hand about their problems. Ten-point traffic jams paralyze them. Every year, more than a million people die in car accidents around the world. The problem of environmental pollution is becoming more acute every day.
The topic of caring for the environment is a moment to which great attention is paid in our time. Manufacturers of electric vehicles are pushing the environmental friendliness of the product to the fore, although there are objective questions about this advantage. Such cars only seem to be harmless to the environment. How is electricity generated? Often at coal-fired power plants that emit air pollutants. Abrasion and the production of rubber tyres of electric vehicles also harm the environment. In addition, such cars still take up space on the road, which leads to traffic jams, during which exhaust emissions are more intense.
Questions remain about drones. Their main advantage is the exclusion of the human factor. But how realistic is their mass use on traditional roads? The car will become truly unmanned when it can fully control the situation and automatically make error-free decisions. Today, all these tasks are far from being solved ideally. For example, drones simply will not be able to operate quickly in a dense high-speed traffic and will themselves create an obstacle.
A promising option for unloading roads is that the transport system should be in a separate space. A suitable solution is overpass transport. But its route must be flexible and light, which will allow it to be quickly erected among dense buildings and not create obstacles for movement. There are no pedestrians and traditional modes of transport in this space, thus accidents and traffic jams are excluded. The elevated nature of the track structure at the same time realizes the entire technological potential of unmanned vehicles. The availability of such a product is also important, otherwise it is doomed to remain just a promising idea. For the same reason, this transport must be more comfortable, efficient, and environmentally friendly than traditional transport.
This is the product the project offers. A request has been formed in the world for a fundamentally new type of transport, which is in no way inferior to the usual types of transportation, but at the same time solves their problems and does not create new ones. Comfort, unmanned control, cost-effectiveness and environmental friendliness, high mobility, and speed, as well as the ability to eliminate traffic jams and accidents “doom” such a transport solution to success.
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