Excursion for Schoolchildren

Excursion for Schoolchildren

30 May 2023

Friends, in the next publication, the project confirms its commitment to the future: pupils of Tikhinichskaya school in the Rogachev region have visited the R&D centre of string transport in Maryina Gorka.

The guests got acquainted not only with nature-friendly transport and infrastructure complexes, but also with other "green" technologies presented there. The attention of visitors was immediately attracted by the ZIL-131 truck – an experimental sample of string transport. The guys learned that once this vehicle with specially adapted wheels was used as a test module in the city of Ozyory, Moscow Region. It was there that the first test site for string technologies was built, which laid the foundation for the further development of “second tier” transport.

The guests were told that this centre reflects the philosophy of the company. Its essence is the creation of environmentally friendly and safe transport systems that will harmoniously coexist with nature. Due to the transfer of traffic to the second tier, the track lines do not occupy fertile land. This eliminates traffic jams and accidents.

The pupils were able to assess the comfort of the rolling stock personally. They also learned that string transport and infrastructure complexes can not only unload roads crowded with cars, but also connect separated parts of the city. This application is especially relevant when geographical conditions do not allow the use of other modes of transport. uPods will easily overcome almost any natural obstacles.

Unmanned vehicle control aroused keen interest among the guests. Having visited the control room, they saw how the control of the movement of rail EVs takes place. With the help of technical vision and various sensors, the control system reads information from the track, monitors the fulfilment of route task, and independently decides to reduce speed or stop.

The tour ended with a visit to the string transport museum. The guests were told how the Belarusian engineer's technology was embodied in the test and demonstration centre today. But once here, instead of the green area with orchards and lakes, there was an abandoned tank training ground.

The publication is completed by the words of the director of the school, Olga Klimkova: “What we have seen is really impressive. Reminds me of something cosmic. I hope that soon the technology will be implemented in many countries of the world. By the way, some of the children admitted that in the future they plan to do their student practice in your company”.

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