Moscow, December 7. SkyWay delegation is spending these days in Moscow in the action duty for 360 degrees. In addition to exhibiting at the annual exhibition “Transport of Russia”, other important events for the project designing organization are also happening. An agreement on comprehensive cooperation with the “Russian University of transport (MIIT)” was concluded.
The agreement was signed by the Chairman of the Board of Directors, General designer of the project designing organization SkyWay Technologies Co. Anatoly Yunitskiy and the Principal of the University Boris Levin. It should be noted that the scientists have signed the document and shook hands right in the cabin of the unicar, which is displayed these days at the exhibition. This impressive method of signing business documents was chosen to emphasize the openness of the parties to each other and the outside world. It is quite logical for the innovative transport that is breaking stereotypes.
After signing, the SkyWay’s creator Anatoly Yunitskiy told colleagues about his dialogue with Principal of MIIT, during which it became clear that both sides have long been examining each other and waited for this moment. The General designer also conveyed his heartfelt condolences to the critics of the project that have liked to focus on the problems between MIIT and SkyWay for a long time.
As a reminder, in September at the instruction of MIIT leadership, SkyWay EcoTechnoPark was visited by the Professor of the Department “Bridges and tunnels” Vladimir Fridkin, Doctor of Engineering Science, who doubted on the prospects of SkyWay transport previously. Following the visit, it was scheduled to sign the cooperation agreement.
The subject of the agreement is to increase the efficiency and quality of the use of innovative materials and technologies while designing, developing and implementing SkyWay transport in transportation infrastructure. The agreement provides a long-term cooperation; it is directed not only at comprehensive technical and scientific collaboration, but also at analytical and socio-cultural activities. It will be especially interesting for graduates and young professionals with MIIT diplomas, because their career horizons will be expanding in the near future.
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