Prospects of uST Technology Implementation Were Discussed at the GCGW-2023
A representative of Unitsky String Technologies Inc. attended the 11th Global Conference on Global Warming (GCGW-2023). Alexander Pavlyuchenko made a presentation on the uST technology potential to solve urgent environmental problems.
The global environmental situation and its implications for society were discussed at the interdisciplinary international meeting held in Istanbul (Turkey). Alexander Pavlyuchenko, an ecologist at UST Inc., emphasized during his report the importance of uST biosphere technologies for solving urgent environmental problems.
The presence at an international event with the representatives of companies from all over the world the world is another way to demonstrate to the public the prospect of introducing uST technology. The participants exchanged technical information, research results and scientific developments aimed at solving environmental problems. During the conference, new perspective acquaintances were established with representatives of various industries.
14 March 2022
World Construction Today: “Is String Transport the Next Page in History?”
World Construction Today published an analytical article which says that against the background of the formation of traditional transport systems, uST string transport is being developed at a rather intensive pace.
27 October 2022
How Can Unitsky String Technologies Inc. Improve Indonesia’s Transport Accessibility?
UST Inc. has recently participated in the Sustainable Transportation Forum 2022 held in Indonesia. In addition, the Company has signed a memorandum of understanding with ITS Indonesia. What are the most pressing transport problems in this island state and how can uST transport solve them?
13 March 2023
Why Is uST Solution the Most Promising of Emerging Transportation Technologies?
Deloitte recommends that air taxi manufacturers develop technologies focused on the autonomous movement of vehicles, including on difficult terrain and in harsh weather conditions. UST Inc. already meets these requirements with its transport and infrastructure complexes.