How has Unitsky String Technologies Changed the Transportation Systems Market?

How has Unitsky String Technologies Changed the Transportation Systems Market?

03 March 2021 13525

We all have come to the project developing innovative transport and infrastructure complexes in order to create a better future for us and our descendants. However, one cannot but be inspired how these dreams and efforts are being realized even during our lifetime – the fact is that the string technology developer has already changed the transport services market.

For 7 years, Unitsky String Technologies has been designing, building and certifying electric overhead transport systems based on the patented technology of prestressed track structures, and early this year the company announced the transition to the stage of serial production and commercialization of the project on the international market.

Thanks to overhead string-rail complexes, the market for commercial transport systems will never be the same, because it is impossible to ignore their most important advantages over competitors that change the rules of the game: complete environmental friendliness, unprecedented safety, significantly lower construction and operating costs.

All this applies equally to both the already tested and certified types of transport, and to the ones being developed, which is confirmed by the words of the Unitsky String Technologies CEO Nadezhda Kosareva:The main challenge of the conventional high-speed transport systems is their cost. In Europe, the average cost of high-speed highway construction is about $30 million per kilometer , and its annual maintenance goes for $100,000 per kilometer. The cost of one high-speed train for 350 people is about $30 million, while its maintenance costs $1.2 million per year. As to the Hyperloop technology, its construction is now estimated at not less than $50 million per kilometer even though this technology is currently only at the concept stage.

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Lyazzat Myrzabayeva
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03 March 2021
никаких недостаткрв нет в трансплрте Юницкого
Svetlana Larina
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16 March 2021
Старая русская поговорка гласит: «Терпение и труд - всё перетрут» - это о нашем SKYWAY. Ели хочешь добиться той или иной цели, никогда не опускай руки, иди вперёд, как бы трудно ни было и, главное, не останавливайся на полпути.
И вот спустя 7 лет приятно осознавать, что наши мечты и усилия воплощаются ещё при нашей жизни. Низкий поклон всем, кто работает, не покладая рук.

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