Digest on the development of string technologies. Issue No. 15.

Digest on the development of string technologies. Issue No. 15.

22 September 2021 3124

Friends, we bring to your attention one more review of news about our project – which remains one of the most discussed in the world – not worthy enough of a separate publication.

So, articles based on the CNN's hit reportage "This Futuristic Transport Will Help Cities Solve Transportation Challenges," which explores the features and benefits of string technology over existing transportation systems and its role in addressing global transportation challenges, do not end. We have repeatedly written about it, so this time it is not the content that is more interesting, but the geography: the journalists of the Korean media biz.chosun.com and the Italian sportmediaset informed their readers about the string transport.

We have also noted with satisfaction that string transport has become one of the most visible projects of the Sharjah Research, Technology and Innovation Park (SRTIP). Today we would like to dwell on one more paired publication: Arab media zawya.com and gulftoday.ae have recently reported that SRTIP had welcomed several diplomats from the GCC, Europe and Asia to its premises to strengthen relations and forge cooperation in innovation, scientific research and use of technology. The special forum "Innovate in Sharjah" was attended by Sheikh Fahim bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Head of the Government Relations Department and Chairman of the Supreme Committee for Digital Transformation in the Emirate of Sharjah; Hussain Al Mahmoudi, CEO of SRTIP; Marwan Bin Jassim Al Sarkal, CEO of Sharjah Investment and Development Authority and a number of ambassadors, consuls, commercial attachés, and members of the Press.

The high-level delegation was given a comprehensive tour of the Park, as well as briefed on one of the biggest and most developed scientific research centres of smart transport in the world. According to Arab media reports, a uSky or suspended string transport system is currently being developed at the Park before it will be rolled out on a global scale.

Yesterday, on our YouTube channel, a long-awaited online meeting with the head of the RSW Systems crowdfunding platform Maxym Isyp took place, during which, in addition to summing up the interim results, he voiced: the latest news on the technology development, a story about the just held IV International Scientific and Technical Conference “Non-Rocket Near Space Industrialization: Problems, Ideas, Projects”, important information about visiting EXPO 2020 and EcoFest 2021, answers to questions and much more.

If you have missed the live broadcast, we suggest that you familiarize yourself with the recording of the meeting in English:


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