Indonesia is Interested in String Technologies

Indonesia is Interested in String Technologies

17 November 2022

The project continues its work under an agreement with “ITS Indonesia”. As we have already reported, the agreement with this organization concerns the use of the technology both in Jakarta and throughout the country. For example, another area considered promising in Indonesia is the use of string technologies as a transport solution to connect the islands.

According to the developer, the use of string transport and infrastructure solutions between the islands of Sumatra and Java is being considered. Every day, the strait separating these islands is crossed by many ferries. However, in recent years, it has become increasingly difficult for maritime transport to cope with the flow of buses, cars and trucks. Together with the development of the country, their number is growing at an active pace. According to the advantages of string technologies, which are well-known to RSW Systems investors, the project can bring transport communication between the islands to a fundamentally new level. The string route can serve as an alternative way to move people or goods between Sumatra and Java, as well as a link between transport hubs and major cities of the two islands.

Java is one of the most densely populated islands in the world. 145 million people live here. In Sumatra – about 58 million. The number of vehicles on the roads is increasing, which leads to many kilometres of traffic jams. When using string transport and infrastructure complexes, it becomes possible to ensure the safe transportation of up to 50,000 passengers per hour. There is a redistribution of passenger traffic. As a result, the congestion of the main highways used for the movement of land transport is reduced and the path from Sumatra to Java becomes fast, affordable and comfortable.

Now the representatives of the project, in cooperation with the Indonesian side, are jointly working on several areas for the development of the region's transport infrastructure. According to William Sabandar, President of “ITS Indonesia”, this collaboration will enhance Indonesia's ability to use smart transportation technologies. At the same time, string complexes can be used in Bali, as well as in the future capital of Indonesia – Nusantara. In addition, the project management is working with the government of the country to implement the “Vision of Indonesia 2045” program aimed at improving the economy.

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