The Investment Potential of uSky's Transportation Technologies: From Tanzania to Senegal

The Investment Potential of uSky's Transportation Technologies: From Tanzania to Senegal

03 November 2023

Business representatives from Tanzania visited the uSky Transport Testing and Certification Center as part of their commitment to developing innovative transport and infrastructure solutions. On this occasion, the uSky Transport team was delighted to welcome Mr. Bin Khalaf M.M. Anwar, President & CEO of Dogo Complex Tanzania Limited. 

Dogo Complex Tanzania Limited is a financial advisory company specializing in raising commercial finance for SMEs in East Africa, using private equity and venture capital investments for project financing. 

Tanzania, like many other countries, faces challenges in the transportation industry such as air pollution, infrastructure problems and resource efficiency. In light of this, the country aims to develop modern transportation solutions in several directions.

One of these areas is the development of electric transportation, including the establishment of charging stations and encouraging the use of electric vehicles in the country. 

The second direction is the integration of intelligent transportation management systems and data sharing to optimize traffic and improve safety. Also, to achieve innovation in the transportation industry, Tanzania is implementing educational programs and awareness campaigns on the benefits and applications of innovative vehicles and systems. In addition, the country supports startups and projects related to innovative transportation solutions.

uSky Transport, a company specializing in innovative passenger transport and transport infrastructure solutions, demonstrated various monitoring and control systems for its vehicles. The uSky Transport system is environmentally friendly and energy efficient, combining high speed and the use of autonomous electric vehicles traveling at an altitude above the ground. This reduces traffic congestion and carbon emissions, and improves the efficiency of the system.

The introduction of uSky Transport's innovative technology into Tanzania's transportation infrastructure will address many of the problems associated with traditional vehicles, such as deaths and injuries from road accidents, air pollution, high fuel consumption and traffic congestion. This contributes to improving the quality of life of citizens and achieving global sustainable development goals.

Learn more about the opportunity to invest in this technology on the official resources of the RSW Systems crowdfunding platform.

Meanwhile, UST Inc. specialists have begun acceptance testing of a semi-rigid track more than 2 km long at the uSky Test and Certification Center. The tests are conducted using a loaded uBus Carat to evaluate the track's strength and verify the operation of its equipment, assemblies and systems. 

"Before the tests begin, preparatory work is carried out to set up and install measuring equipment on the track structure. This is necessary for continuous monitoring of the rail temperature. Then loading of the unimobile is performed. The maximum mass with load of the 25-seat unibus is 11,500 kg. In the process of testing we measure the parameters of the deformed state of the track," said Konstantin Potanin, Deputy General Director for Testing - Head of the Testing Center. 

During the tests, the stability of the track is analyzed and linear indicators are measured using control points and special devices. After the commissioning work is completed, the uPod systems, its safety and comfort will be tested. The track will then be upgraded and further inspections, including running tests, will be carried out. The first stage of certification of the string railway trestle, which includes evaluation of the steel structures, has been completed and a certificate ensuring the safety of the track's support structures has been obtained. The second stage of certification will evaluate the entire test track in order to prepare the trestle for the operation of freight and passenger rolling stock.


uSky Transport never ceases to attract the attention of the international community. Following representatives from Tanzania, the uSky Transport Testing and Certification Center was visited by businessmen from the Republic of Senegal to learn about uSky's innovative transport systems. The development of these systems is an important factor for economic growth, reducing logistics costs and improving the accessibility of transportation for the population. The introduction of new technologies and concepts in the transportation sector can help solve current challenges and create new opportunities.

The Republic of Senegal is important to the economy of West Africa and is actively cooperating with neighboring countries to improve the quality of life of its citizens. The introduction of new technologies and concepts, such as the uCity linear urban system, can help create "smart cities" with improved management of transportation infrastructure and safety. The introduction of innovative methods in logistics and freight transportation can improve the efficiency of cargo delivery processes, which is important for business and international trade.

The passenger transportation situation in the Republic of Senegal suffers from various problems such as congestion, lack of regulation, lack of infrastructure and safety issues. uSky Transport is a leading company in the field of sustainable transportation systems. 

During the visit, delegates from Senegal learned about the benefits of uSky's transportation solutions, such as suspended lines that reduce the likelihood of accidents and electric uPods that create no emissions or air pollution. 

The visit ended with the guests thanking uSky Transport and expressing their hopes for further cooperation between uSky Transport and the Republic of Senegal. 

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