Transportation technology advancement: uSky Transport continues significant progress

Transportation technology advancement: uSky Transport continues significant progress

30 January 2024

In the field of advanced transportation technology, uSky Transport continues to make impressive achievements. Recently, the uSky Test and Certification Center began debugging the control system of the Karat U4-212 bus, a new generation vehicle with a capacity of 25 passengers. This stage is part of the fourth phase of dynamic testing, which includes testing a transport frame with a semi-rigid track structure.

Special attention is paid to the Automated Control System (ACS), which minimizes the influence of the human factor and increases the safety of the transport infrastructure complex. Important components of the system include external and on-board control systems, traffic control using RFID and GPS sensors, and other speed and positioning controls. Innovations in the on-board control system, including new subsystem self-diagnosis solutions, simplify maintenance and improve operational efficiency.

In addition, the work at uSky Transport is closely related to the space vector of civilization development, as evidenced by Anatoly Yunitsky's plenary reports published in the recently released collection. The papers presented at international scientific and technical conferences cover a wide range of issues related to the rocket-free industrialization of near space and the development of all-planetary transport vehicles. These studies and projects are part of the global EcoWorld program to preserve the Earth's biosphere.

It should also be noted that uSky Transport developments are attracting significant interest from international partners. Recently, representatives of the ILDC Asia Group, a leading global business group, visited the uSky Transport headquarters. During the visit, the delegates were familiarized with the technical characteristics, safety features and potential applications of transportation and infrastructure solutions in real urban conditions. Special emphasis was placed on uSky's urban passenger transportation concept, which can be easily integrated into the urban environment and offers a number of significant advantages, such as increased safety, minimal land use, and favorable construction and operating costs.

ILDC Asia Group's visit highlighted the importance of innovation in the transportation industry and opened a new chapter of cooperation between key players. This partnership not only contributes to business growth, but also to the creation of transportation and infrastructure solutions that can reshape cities and improve the quality of urban life. 

Continuing its mission of innovation and development, uSky Transport remains at the forefront of creating smart and efficient solutions for the future of mobility.

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