SkyWay Technologies Co., which is a part of the SkyWay group of companies, was visited by a delegation from Australia headed by Rod Hook, a highly reputable and experienced CEO of Rod Hook and Associates (RHA), former Head of the Department of planning, transport and infrastructure of South Australia.
Rod Hook participated in the implementation of various projects, including infrastructure, transport and environmental protection. His successful work has transformed the way people live and work in South Australia, particularly in Adelaide. River port Expressway, underground speedy transport routes, expansion and reconstruction of tramways, pedestrian bridges, – this is not a complete list of Mr. Hook’s activities.
Adelaide jokingly became known as "the city of twenty minutes" – that's how much it takes to get from the outskirts to downtown. Recently, however, the road network is struggling to cope with increasing traffic. As Mr. Hook in the last 10 years was responsible for supervising and completing projects under the program of capital investments in transport and infrastructure totaling more than USD 10 billion, he could not help but notice the growing transportation problem. That is why Rod Hook was interested in the breakthrough SkyWay technologies and immediately arrived in Minsk with his marketing specialist Maree Wauchope to learn more about the possibilities of the new transport system.
During the visit, Anatoly Yunitskiy introduced Australian colleagues to the employees of 15 design Bureaus of SkyWay Technologies Co. and described the work of key departments of the company.
Rod Hook was pleasantly surprised by the professional work of the employees, the degree and depth of study and development of all elements of the innovative technology. Further, the guests went to SkyWay EcoTechnoPark (in Russian). A report from the event site coming soon.