Recent developments around uSky Transport demonstrate the growing interest and potential of their transportation technology, especially in addressing the pressing issues of urban congestion, air pollution and the need for sustainable, safe and efficient transportation systems.
Most recently, the uSky Transport team hosted a distinguished guest of honor: Mr. Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Government of India. News of this event spread at the speed of light across India.
This time, the uSky Transport team welcomed a large delegation of officials from the Government of Gujarat, India. The preparations for the momentous visit were supported by the UAE-India Business Council. The group was headed by Mr. Hareet Shukla, IAS Tourism Secretary, Devsthanam Management, Civil Aviation & Pilgrimage, Industries & Mines Department Government of Gujarat, India.
Mr. Sergey Tarasov, CEO of uSky Transport, emphasized that high standards of design and construction are integral to the safety of the company's transportation and infrastructure technologies. The company's approach echoes India's sustainability priority, which seeks to find solutions to combat urban congestion, air pollution and economic growth, while emphasizing environmental friendliness and safety. The elevation of uSky Transport's track structure above the ground significantly improves safety by preventing collisions with ground obstacles. This visit recognizes uSky Transport's role in contributing to sustainable development and its alignment with the global sustainable development agenda outlined in the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Read more about the visit and its results in the article "Officials from Government of Gujarat, India visit uSky Center".
Another great news for our investors! Acceptance testing of the Test Track 4 track structure has been completed at uSky's test and certification center. This rigorous testing process, which includes visual inspection, load testing and instrumental measurements, is critical to ensure the safety and reliability of the track structure. The results of these tests will form the basis for continued testing of the uBus Carat, reaffirming uSky Transport's commitment to quality and safety standards.
Read more about this in the article "uSky Transport professionals complete acceptance tests of Test Track 4".
Taken together, these events highlight the potential of uSky Transport technologies to change the future of transportation. Their focus on sustainability, safety and efficiency is in line with global priorities and offers great opportunities for collaboration with governments and companies looking for innovative transportation solutions. In this way, uSky Transport becomes a key player in the global effort to create more sustainable and efficient transportation systems, paving the way for a more sustainable and equitable future.
Read more about the prospects of investing in a company that owns the intellectual property of string transportation technology (uST) in the article "Time to effectively support project development".
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