We are accustomed to the fact that in the reports on the development of our project in the UAE, the emirates of Sharjah and Dubai are most often mentioned. It seems that we will soon have to hear more and more about Abu Dhabi, which follows from a recent publication of the string technologies developer’s official resource:
“uSky Centre welcomed ITC officials
uSky Test & Certification Centre was visited by a group of the officials from Integrated Transport Centre (ITC), Abu Dhabi.
ITC is the entity responsible for operating public transport and managing parking spaces, traffic monitoring centers, axle weigh stations, logistics facilities for freight surface transport and roads sector, and improving the quality of services offered according to the approved transport plans. It supports the efforts dedicated by Abu Dhabi Government to accomplish a balanced and comprehensive development that nurtures an intelligent, integrated, and sustainable transport sector in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
Throughout the visit, the honourable delegates got acquainted with uSky Transport & Infrastructure Technology developed by Dr. Anatoli Unitsky, each having personally checked the passenger line and visited the service station, where they managed to observe how the operation of the track line was being monitored. The interface of the safety control system software on the passenger line enabled the observation of uPod movement on the track, communication to the passengers from the operator’s room, and even observance of what was happening inside the electric vehicle cabin.
Many issues were discussed during the meeting, some were related to the safety of the technology. According to uSky CTO Oleg Zaretskiy, the strategic goal of uSky Transport is to ensure maximum safety in the transportation of passengers and cargo while performing future transport and logistics tasks around the world. TUV SW certificate of conformity obtained recently just re-proves the safety of uSky Transport & Infrastructure Technology.
The visit took place in a warm and friendly atmosphere, the leading representatives of the ITC delegation expressed interest in uSky technology as well as in mutual cooperation”.
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