Just recently, we have briefly reported about the certification of string transport infrastructure. An official publication of the developer “Is Unicar safe to use? Yes!" has added details to this major event.
Recall that the world's leading provider of solutions in the field of quality, safety and sustainable development TUV SW Standardization Certification has issued a certificate of conformity confirming the safety of Unicar electric vehicles produced by Unitsky String Technologies, Inc., intended for urban transport in the tropics. An in-depth study of vehicle systems involved testing 30 functions! As a result, Unicar was recognized as safe for use as a passenger transport, i.e., complying with international safety standards.
At the String Transport Testing and Certification Centre located in Sharjah, UAE, where certification was carried out, two more string-rail transport overpasses are under construction, each 2.4 km long. Each must ensure the design speed of up to 150 km/h and ensure the expansion of the rolling stock with new mounted and suspended electric rail vehicles with a carrying capacity of up to 35 tons and a capacity of up to 25 passengers in the cabin or up to 200 in a train, which will ensure a freight traffic of up to 200 million tons per year. and passenger traffic up to 50 thousand people per hour.
Recall that Unicar is an urban passenger electric vehicle of superior comfort with a capacity of up to 6 people, created for urban and suburban routes, designed for speeds up to 150 km/h, the design of which allows individual modules to be unitted. The required level of functional safety is provided by a hardware-software complex based on SIL standards and including unique solutions of the developer in terms of emergency protection.
The Unicar certification is critical for the comprehensive certification of string transport and infrastructure technologies, proving their safety and contributing to the active promotion of our project in the world.
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