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Unitsky String Technologies Inc.

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Unitsky String Technologies Inc.

International engineering company offering solutions in passenger and cargo transportation, as well as logistics infrastructure of the “second level”




Test & certification center

15 000 m²

Of office space


Design offices


International patents

4000 m²

Of production facilities

Components of the transport complexes

How does it work?

How does it work?

Anchoring structures receive a horizontal load from tension and are installed in increments of up to 10 km

Supporting towers are lightweight structures that receive a vertical load and ensure stability

Distance between adjacent supports is 50-2000 m or more

Impossibility of collision with foreign objects, pedestrians and animals owing to the elevation of the track structure above the ground

Speed – up to 150 km/h

Carrying capacity – up to 50,000 passengers per hour

10 m

Advantages of uST

  • zero accident rate due to the relocation of cargo and passenger traffic to the “second level”, existence of an anti-derailment system, automation of control system and elimination of collisions with any objects on the route of uPods
  • fivefold safety margin of the overpass load-bearing structures
  • elimination of the negative impact of the human factor and the capability of all-weather round-the-clock operation thanks to automation of passenger and cargo transportation
  • minimization of epidemiological and terrorist threats due to optimized logistics and the absence of crowding in the cabins and passenger stations thanks to the high travel frequency of uPods and the small size of stations and rolling stock
  • high speed and performance of passenger and cargo transportation – up to 150 km/h and up to 50,000 passengers per hour, or 100 million tons/year
  • extensive capabilities of functional and architectural integration of uST complexes into the ecosystems of cities and suburbs, as well as on suburban routes
  • efficient transportation in mountains and across regions divided by wide water barriers
  • minimum land allotment for construction – the supports can be installed in increments of up to 2 kilometers
  • the possibility to erect complexes over residential and industrial buildings, as well as transport and energy utilities.
  • optimizing the number of vehicles on the line in real time, adjusting for cargo and passenger traffic so that rail electric cars are not overcrowded or empty
  • reduced energy consumption and vehicle maintenance costs
  • automation and exchange of digital data between all components of the complex and with the environment
  • integration of various by-products and technologies into the complex – power transmission lines and fiber-optic information cables, advertising space on supports and stations, as well as retail, residential, office and other spaces built into the complex, which compensates for the construction cost and reduces the cost recovery period for the entire Transport & Infrastructure Complex
  • low resource intensity of the string rail transport overpass, which is the most expensive and material-intensive part of any known transport system of overpass type
  • the possibility to reduce the material intensity and cost of overpasses compared to other types of overpass transport (monorail, urban railroad, air and maglev trains, surface subway, high-speed streetcars, cable cars) and the underground
  • reduction in operating expenses (OPEX) and return on investment (ROI) due to a relatively low cost of construction and low operating expenses (including through automation of the complex)
  • the possibility to set low fares for travel and cargo carriage
  • preservation of natural landscapes and the possibility to create green areas along the routes by minimizing land allotment for construction
  • minimum carbon footprint and noise level, including minimum consumption of the greenest electric energy
  • no obstacles to wildlife migration, as well as to the movement of surface and ground water
  • minimum resource intensity, including little earthwork
  • visual lightness of the structures – minimized intrusion into the surrounding urban and natural environment

High-speed transportation

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