La certification… la certification?!

La certification… la certification?!

24 Août 2017 14389

“L’étape essentielle de la réalisation pratique de la CMT (Certification du moyen de transport) ce sera la création du terrain d’essais en vue de la mise au point générale d’essais et de production de la structure de trajet du système de transport. […] Les études et les essais des ensembles, des appareils et des éléments particuliers de la ligne de transport, du module et de l’infrastructure seront également réalisés dans les stands de laboratoire spécialement construits. Après la mise au point d’essais et de production de la CMT sur le terrain, après sa standatdisation et sa certification, le système de transport de grande vitesse de nouvelle génération pourra être recommandé à l’utilisation dans les pays développés et dans les pays en voie de développement”, - a écrit Anatoly Yunitsky dans son bilan du projet du Centre de l’ONU pour les cités (Habitat) en 2000. En 2017 le Transport à corde s’est directement rapproché de ce moment historique. 

En février de l’année en cours la société d’études SkyWay CSJC “String Technologies” (SAF “Technologies à corde”) ont reçu de l’expertise d’État un bilan positif concernant le projet d’architecture de l’ÉcoTechnoParc SkyWay. 

A la mi-septembre on envisage de commencer l’étape finale de la certification des modèles du matériel roulant du transport à corde SkyWay créés par la société d’études. 

Les modèles de test suivants du matériel roulant ont été choisis comme les premiers à recevoir le certificat de conformité aux normes de la sécurité vu leur aptitude à l’utilisation pratique parmi les autres solutions techniques élaborées dans notre société: Unibus U4-210 et Unibike U4-621.

En fonction des résultats des travaux dans le cadre de la procédure de l’approbation de la conformité nous devons obtenir les certificats pour les produits indiqués délivrés par un organisme habilité. Cela résulte d’un grand travail réalisé ensemble par les deux parties participant à la procédure de la certification. Actuellement on fait les travaux préparatoires finals.

Mikhail Kirichenko

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