RBC+ Publication about the SkyWay Innovation Centre

RBC+ Publication about the SkyWay Innovation Centre

02 Diciembre 2020 10311

RBC+, a Russian multimedia holding project that produces commercial thematic supplements about competitive, dynamically developing industries and markets, has published a press release (in Russian) "Unitsky String Technologies Successfully Completes the Construction of an Elevated Transport Complex in the UAE".

The publication states that on November 26, 2020, the company completed the construction of the first line of an innovative transport complex in the Research, Technology and Innovation Park of the Emirate of Sharjah. This overpass is part of a larger elevated transport system that has been designed, built and maintained by Unitsky String Technologies in the region for over a year.

Further, the press release discusses a number of key technical and commercial advantages of the transport developed by the Belarusian company, and also explains the essence of innovations that make it possible to significantly reduce the SkyWay's cost of construction and operation in comparison with competitors. In addition, the authors analyze the possibilities of using the string transport system unique advantages, as well as three key industry objectives in the geographic region that unites the Maghreb and the Middle East countries with a total population of 355 million people.

Nadezhda Kosareva, CEO of Unitsky String Technologies, Inc., summarizes the publication with the following words: “This is our first project in the United Arab Emirates, where our customer is the Sharjah Department of Town Planning and Survey. For the UAE, the technological and innovative Mecca of the Middle East, this is a great opportunity to put our solution to the test. And for our company - which already has an operating system in the CIS region - to adapt it to the climatic and landscape features of the MENA region".

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02 Diciembre 2020
Всех искренне поздравляю!!! Компании успехов и процветания на благо Мира и цивилизации!!!
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03 Diciembre 2020
Одна из лучших новостей этого года. Приближаемся к реализации адресных проектов. Компании и сотрудникам желаю успехов и творческого вдохновения в реализации столь сложного проекта. Инвесторам, участникам и сторонникам проекта здоровья и терпения, технология нуждается в нашей поддержке.

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