The long-awaited and probably the largest exhibition of global achievements EXPO 2020, in which 192 countries are participating, has finally begun, having been postponed for a year due to the coronavirus pandemic. An article
"Expo 2020: Unitsky String Transport, Maglev Elevators, and Poems by Artificial Intelligence"
dedicated to this event has appeared on the website of the string technologies developer. Already at the very beginning, it contains interesting information about the venue: it turns out that the EXPO 2020 pavilions were built from scratch on a desert area of 4.38 sq. km. Viewed from above, the exhibition is shaped like a flower of three petals, each of which symbolizes a specific theme: "Sustainable Development", "Mobility" and "Opportunities". The core of the flower stands for "Binding" and refers to the event's motto "Connecting Minds, Creating the Future", which embodies the focus of most of the inventions presented at the forum on building a better, progressive future in harmony with high technologies and nature.
In addition to general information about the exhibition, from the article – which follows from its name – you can also learn about the most interesting exhibits from different countries, but RSW Systems investors, of course, are primarily interested in the exposition of Unitsky String Technologies. Here the developer presents its innovative string transport, which provides high speeds and comfort with low material consumption compared to other types of overpass transport, eliminating road accidents, and solving the problem of traffic jams.
uSky transport requires an order of magnitude less energy to move than its competitors, and its elevated design allows us to keep the landscape intact along the route. Within the city, unmanned Unimobiles are capable of speeding up to 150 km/h and carrying up to 50,000 people per hour.
String transport has ceased to be a concept and even an innovation, having long ago become a reality that has to be reckoned with. Not far from the exhibition – in the uSky centre located in Sharjah – you can see the operating string transport route with all the infrastructure. Here guests of the exhibition can see the embodiment of the motto and all three themes of EXPO 2020 in a compact version, achieved in string transport.
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