Our project has already gained such speed that there is simply not enough space in the news feed for all the events around it. Today we want to tell you about some of them that happened in September.
We have recently noted the fact that articles based on the "hit" report by the CNN news service "This Futuristic Transport Will Help Cities Solve Transportation Challenges", which talks about the features and benefits of string technologies over competitors and their role in solving global transport problems, do not end. By virtue of its repeated exposition, it is the geography of reprints that is again of greatest interest, continuing to dot with red flags the places on the globe where string technologies are eagerly awaited in the hope of solving existing transport problems. So, this time the next publications appeared on a Romanian news resource wall-street.ro and a Thai today.line.me.
We have mentioned the next event only in passing as part of our news digest, reporting on the visit of a number of diplomats from the Gulf, Europe and Asia to the Sharjah Research Technology and Innovation Park to strengthen relations and establish cooperation in the field of innovation, research and technology use. Referring to the official resource of the developer, we want to tell you more about it:
“Attended by over 20 countries diplomats
uSky Test & Certification Centre in Sharjah has been attended by the sizeable delegation made up of various country diplomats accredited in the UAE. The visit took place under the aegis of Sharjah Research Technology and Innovation Park in the framework of the members of the diplomatic corps getting familiar with the free economic zone. During the presentation delivered, the participants expressed their greatest interest in uSky Transport & Infrastructure Technology, which is sought after in Colombia, Rwanda, India and many other countries.
The representatives of many countries expressed a desire to iterate their visit to uSky centre, now accompanied by officials from their transport ministries, as they distinguished the feasibility of solving transport problems by means of uSky Cargo & Passenger Solutions. Oleg Zaretskiy, Chief Technical Officer, said during the presentation that our engineers and technicians, under the leadership of Dr. Anatoli Unitsky would be able to develop a solution that could meet any customer conditions and requirements. What was witnessed by the delegation in our test and certification centre just proves this.
It is well worth highlighting Mr. Oleg Fomin, Consul General of the Russian Federation in Dubai, who was among the delegation and who rode electric uCar vehicle and highly praised the level of comfort and technical make of the EV. He expressed his impressions as follows: “Thank you for the warm welcome and the opportunity to touch the future. It has been an unforgettable trip. I wish this wonderful project further development and to be promptly put into commercial operation.” We wish Mr. Oleg Fomin success in his noble work and do hope he will be a frequent guest at uSky Test & Certification Centre”.
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