As It Was and What It Became

As It Was and What It Became

24 September 2018 11823

Such large-scale events as the International exhibition InnoTrans can perfectly serve as a kind of a line-up, on which it is possible to mark the growth of SkyWay project year after year, as parents mark a child’s growth on a door jamb. Similar to the first time, attention to the project’s stand was very focused, but the difference between the two exhibitions is striking.

Over the past two years, SkyWay transport has evolved from a well-designed, though still conceptual into a functioning transportation system with several models of rolling stock in a row, ready not only for exhibitions, but also for sale. In 2016, SkyWay news service had to shoot a promotional video for the exhibition in the interiors of the Belarusian Railways, for which the latter even made an official claim.

In 2018, the film crew had already a number of vehicles ready for operation at its disposal.

Unibike and unibus, presented in 2016, managed to get certificates of compliance; they were joined by a unicar, which was shown to the European public this year. Thus, this year the Company had not only prototypes, but also proven machines that had managed to service thousands of first passengers before the exhibition. The work on several passenger and freight vehicles continues at EcoTechnoPark.

The high-speed unibus became the main element of the exhibition program at InnoTrans 2018. Work on it have been conducted since long ago under the conditions of complete secrecy. SkyWay transport will open a new market for itself with the help of this novelty and will have the opportunity to create universal transport systems suitable for both urban and intercity transportation.

Alongside with the development of technology, media support has also come by – now even skeptical journalists cannot ignore SkyWay project. A variety of editions told their readers about our novelties. Of course, the opponents of SkyWay transport have not disappeared either; they post “devastating” publications as if by an order for the second time just on the eve of InnoTrans. But today evidence-free criticism is not affecting the project so much, as it was two years ago – SkyWay partners had enough time to see with their own eyes everything that our opponents are trying to silence.

Artsiom Sapryka

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