Dear friends, we hope you know that all the components of string transport and infrastructure complex are developed in compliance with applicable international and local regulations. Harmonizing the local and international requirements enables the agile adaptability of the project to any market. More than 600 specialists are involved in the design, certification, and adaptation of its products.
The internal statutory framework is based on the most stringent international requirements suitable for the string transport concept (UN, EU, USA, etc. regulations) for automobile (cars, including electric vehicles, buses) and railway (tram, metro, railroad) modes of transport. Certifying any transport system including innovative ones comes down to proof of safety by following the national and/or international requirements of the country where the targeted project is being implemented.
The company develops transport and infrastructure solutions applying the current international statutory framework and system (integrated) approaches in design and construction to ensure reliability and safety, serviceability, and maintainability. In addition, the company’s activities are based on the principles of the international quality management system.
The Certificate of Conformity of string transport in the Emirate of Sharjah (UAE) attests to the safety of the tropical complex version and covers transport overpass, rolling stock, anchor supports combined with stations, intermediate supports, passenger and service stations.
The project has two test and certification facilities interspersed in different climate zones like Europe and the United Arab Emirates. In these facilities, all technological solutions undergo numerous check-ups and tests in northern and tropical climate conditions. The data acquired during testing is processed, and if needed, design and technological changes are incorporated into the documentation.
The geography of test and certification facilities makes it possible to consider ambient climate features in full for the further implementation of string transport projects anywhere on our planet.
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