SkyWay technology will be displayed at RailwayTech 2017 in Indonesia

SkyWay technology will be displayed at RailwayTech 2017 in Indonesia

21 March 2017 11242

The SkyWay Group of Companies continues exploring the Asian market and establishing business contacts in this region. The presentation of this technology will take place at the International Exhibition & Conference on railway technologies RailwayTech 2017 to be held from March 29 to April 1 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Our Company plans to consolidate the success of the presentation at InnoTrans 2016 in Berlin followed by a rising interest to SkyWay in India and the Gulf countries.

SkyWay display stand at the RailwayTech 2017 exhibition – hall D2, place D2G3-01

The General Designer of the Group of Companies Anatoly Yunitskiy explains why Indonesia is an important step forward for SkyWay “We are encouraged by the attention to innovations in India, where an investment agreement was signed, and in Australia, where certification is planned at the National Safety Regulating Agency. We are planning to start solving the problem of lack of infrastructure in Indonesia with the line “Jakarta ― Surabaya”. The distance of 730 kilometers can be covered by a unibus for an hour and a half. No other Company in the world can offer such a high-speed solution today.

A great advantage for SkyWay is that the route passes on the second level and many questions to the implementation of the innovation disappear by themselves, because there is no need to change the existing outdated transportation infrastructure. It is also an important advantage over competitors, because the transport that is faster than conventional trains exists today, but it still runs on the ground and creates problems for people and the environment.


Earlier, SkyWay Technologies Co. has signed a tripartite investment agreement in India after talks with the Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari. We are currently working on launching a joint pilot project in the framework of the “Smart City” program. A large-scale project consists of three parts: an urban test track section, a transport system for the capital of the State and connection of two cities with a line of high-speed transport. A comprehensive solution to complicated transport problems in the State is estimated at USD 922 million creating about 1,000 jobs.

SkyWay is an innovative transport technology developed by engineer Anatoly Yunitskiy. SkyWay is an information, energy and transport Communicator of elevated type based on rail-string technologies. Specific features of this technology are eco-friendliness, affordability, reliability and high level of profitability. Yunitskiy’s SkyWay transport includes several areas: high-speed intercity (up to 500 km/h), urban passenger (up to 150 km/h), cargo and lightweight touring ones. 


Evgeny Petrov

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