The Problem of Air Pollution in Cities

The Problem of Air Pollution in Cities

03 August 2022

Dear investors, we are sharing with you one more evidence of close attention that our project is attracting all over the world: Forbes, one of the most authoritative financial and economic publications in the world, published an expert opinion of Nadezhda Kosareva, CEO of “Unitsky String Technologies, Inc.” The article raises the problem of air pollution in cities, describes its negative impact on humans, and considers ways out of the current unfavourable situation.

How companies can help reshape urban transport to improve air quality

Air pollution is a problem that should not be forgotten under any circumstances. It increases people's risk of lung cancer, asthma, and other diseases. In 2016, air pollution caused nearly 4,200,000 premature deaths on our planet.

Fresh solutions for fresh air

Reducing harmful transport emissions is an important step towards improving urban air quality. Many politicians, activists, non-profit organizations, and companies are working to reverse this negative trend. Ideas include encouraging people to switch to electric cars, moving to walking and cycling in city centres, developing cleaner engines, and many others.

Highly efficient electric transport

The situation can be improved by the widespread use of transport powered by electricity. However, it must be a highly efficient transport, which, with a small consumption of electricity, can provide high performance. One way to further reduce the environmental impact of electric vehicles is to use steel wheels instead of rubber tyres. Indeed, during their abrasion and production, harmful substances are released. Moving traffic above the roads is another way to increase its efficiency.

High tech

The active use of high technologies in the transport industry can contribute to the process of improving air quality. Many companies are working on automated control systems that can adapt traffic intervals to traffic density, ensuring that vehicles do not run empty. Flexible travel times can reduce empty trips, operating costs, and ultimately emissions. Companies that successfully develop such a solution will be able to win lucrative government contracts.

The article ends by concluding that high-efficiency overpasses and passenger-smart technologies can help solve congestion, increase public transport use, reduce vehicle-to-population ratios in cities, and make the air cleaner.

The article can be read in full on the official resources of the project.

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