Another Theme for the Commercialization of the Project

Another Theme for the Commercialization of the Project

06 March 2023

Friends, we continue the series of publications about promising directions for the commercialization of the project, the originals of which you can always find on the website of the string technologies developer. Everyone knows that air travel is one of the most convenient and fastest ways of passenger transportation. But often the way to the airport or from it takes no less time and effort than the flight itself. It is even more difficult in a situation where you need to change the terminal for a transfer or even get to another airport. But the problem of air hubs accessibility can be solved with the help of the project!

The construction of string transport and infrastructure complexes will ensure a quick and safe transfer. In addition, this is an affordable solution: a string-rail overpass has a lower material consumption compared to traditional roads or railways. The complexes are ready to promptly deliver passengers to the airport, located dozens of kilometres from the city, or provide transportation through the entire metropolis to the air hub located on its outskirts, along the optimal route. They can pass over the already existing transport infrastructure, as well as over existing urban and industrial buildings. The route is laid along the shortest trajectory thanks to the use of a string-rail overpass adaptive to terrain conditions.

String technologies are optimally suited for organizing airport transfers for several reasons:

- The route is operated around the clock, regardless of weather conditions or natural force majeure.

- Due to the small interval of movement between electric vehicles on steel wheels, many passengers are transported (up to 50 thousand people per hour).

- The sensor system and machine vision automatically monitor the situation in the cabin and transmit a signal about potentially dangerous actions of passengers, forgotten things or a terrorist threat.

- Cafes, pharmacies, as well as hotels can be opened at the stations, which will accommodate passengers while waiting for a flight.

Stations of string complexes can be integrated directly into the terminals: this will simplify logistics and reduce the risk of passengers being late for a flight. The automated control system, synchronizing with the schedule at the airport, can adapt the interval of movement of the rolling stock for specific flights. This will allow passengers to reach their destination with a margin of time necessary for the smooth passage of all pre-flight procedures.

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