Information has appeared on the official resources of the string technologies developer about its participation in the most prestigious international event, which corresponds to the global positioning of the company, opening new perspectives for it. In Sharjah (UAE), the company has its own testing and certification complex, where the test operation of the UST elevated electric transport system, controlled by artificial intelligence, is already underway.
The favorable location of the UST complex, which is located not far from Dubai, should be noted, so any interested potential customers will be able to combine their program of visiting the EXPO exhibition with a visit to us, where the following operating systems are presented:
- string-rail overpasses;
- passenger stations;
- a dispatching office;
- passenger and freight rolling stock in tropical design.
Last month, the operation of a test 400-meter section of the elevated transport complex began here.
In other words, the UST Innovation Center in Sharjah is demonstrating an already tested, integrated product ready for use in the region. The certification of three transport solutions in the tropical version is underway now.
Experienced investors should remember that the technology developer established close ties with the UAE government agencies responsible for transport infrastructure a long time ago: in February 2019, during the World Government Summit in Dubai, the company signed a memorandum of understanding with the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).
The words of the company’s CEO Nadezhda Kosareva at the end of the official announcement sound truly inspiring: "Now we are actively developing the MENA region where there is a high demand for our innovative technology. Participation in such a large exhibition of the international level, while having our own operating transport complex in the UAE, where we can demonstrate our achievements, will undoubtedly consolidate our worldwide success”.
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