The string transport development company continues to acquaint potential customers with the basics of the technology, which are already well known to experienced investors:
The 1st message is about the versatility of the power supply system for innovative vehicles:
“#Unibus is an #urban #EV #transport driven by an #electric traction drive, which is powered by a contact network or an on-board energy storage device”.
The 2nd post contains a brief comparative analysis of the cost of string technologies and existing transport solutions:
“#UST engineering solutions and patented #PTStechnology reduce the cost of construction and operation of the #transport system by more than a third than conventional #monorail, twice compared to a #railway, and five times compared to a #highway. By comparison, the elevated #Dubai Metro, by comparison, cost more than $120M/km; the #Seattle Center Monorail - more than $60M/km; the #Shonan Monorail is over $180M/km. The conventional #metro, #maglev (magnetic levitation) #train transportations cost even more. Even slow local #ropeways with a much lower level of reliability and safety usually cost above $5M/km”.
As we reported last month, the string technologies deveopment company is already in a position to offer the transport services market a ready-made complex product suitable for permanent operation in a tropical climate, which includes: a string-rail overpass, passenger stations, a control room, power supply, communications and automated control systems, passenger and freight rolling stock in tropical design. All this is located in the testing and certification complex of string technologies in Sharjah, where recently Unitsky String Technologies, Inc. launched a 400-meter test track with the aim of working out the regulations for the operation of the elevated transport complex, the schedule of movement of passenger and freight vehicles, maintenance issues, as well as the work of operators. In the photo below, you can see how this happens.
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