Digest on the Development of String Technologies. Issue No. 5.

Digest on the Development of String Technologies. Issue No. 5.

01 April 2021 12777

We congratulate all our readers with the beginning of the second month of spring and bring to your attention another collection of news about string transport.

On the official resources of Unitsky String Technologies, Inc. – the only reliable source of information about the object of our investment – the following facts appeared, explaining, among other things, the superiority of string technologies over existing and promising developments in the transport industry:

”#UST is the leader in terms of Сarrying Сapacity compared to other types of transport”.

Naturally, such achievements do not happen overnight. They are the result of a huge amount of work on creating intellectual property, which is being carried out by the team of the string technology company for their development and implementation, protected by dozens of patents:

“Unitsky String Technologies, Inc. owns more than 50 international #patents, which are valid in the following countries and regions: #EU, #USA, #UAE, #Japan, #China, #India, #Australia, #Canada, #Kazakhstan, #Ukraine, #Russia, #Belarus”.

The Sharjah Research, Technology and Innovation Park (SRTIP) YouTube channel posted a video of a zoom conference dedicated to the future of transportation, during which experts discussed what they believe to be promising solutions. It is noteworthy that the consideration, which begins immediately after the introduction of the Park itself, starts with the presentation of string transport.

This fact is not surprising, because Unitsky String Technologies has been designing, building and maintaining a large-scale elevated transport system on the territory of SRTIP for about one and a half years. This is the first project of the company in the United Arab Emirates, providing an excellent opportunity to test the system already in operation in Belarus, adapting it to the climatic and landscape features of this region.

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