On December 2, 1971, the six Trucial States (emirates Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain and Fujairah) announced the creation of a federation called the United Arab Emirates, which in 1972 was joined by the seventh emirate Ras al Khaimah. Thus, the country where the innovation centre for string transport is located will soon celebrate its Golden Jubilee, with which we, on behalf of all RSW Systems investors, congratulate its residents!
An article by Aarti Saundalkar at whatson.ae is associated with this significant date. It is noteworthy that it is devoted not to the past, but to the future of the Emirates and, first of all, to the prospects for the development of the region's transport industry:
“From skypods to driverless cars, a rail connecting all seven emirates and more…
As we get closer to the grand Golden Jubilee, the UAE is not only looking back on all of its accomplishments but is planning ahead for the next 50.
The UAE is already home to a number of public transportation systems including water taxis, a metro, a tram system and a monorail, but soon it will be home to much more.
On Instagram, the UAE’s Year of the 50th celebrations official page has shared a video outlining just what citizens, residents and visitors can expect in the next 50 years”.
Of course, for the investors of our crowdfunding platform, the most innovative project in this area is of greatest interest:
“Sharjah’s high-speed electric sky pods will not only transport passengers between emirates but also cargo at speeds ranging from 150kph to 500kph.
SkyWays or Unicars as it is named is a hanging transport system made up of individual unicars connected by a long cable suspended above the ground.
In October 2019, HH Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah visited the Sharjah Research, Technology and Innovation Park (SRTIP) when the new hanging cable car-style transport system was being trialled.
During the test phase, the unicars only travelled a short distance but once complete, they will run 2.8 kilometres from the beginning of the park (Sharjah Airport Road) to the end (Muwaileh Road). Once successful, the government is expected to announce the construction of its routes within the city with further plans for the pods to connect with other emirates”.
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