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SkyWay

The transport that our planet needs

Modern transport is destroying the planet.

The climate is changing.

Today the transport industry accounts for up to 70%1 of the total amount of harmful emissions into the atmosphere, which lead to water and air pollution. If greenhouse gases heat the atmosphere by 1.5 C2 every year, then in 12-year time, we will face a climate crisis: inundation of coastlines, large-scale droughts and forest fires.

up to 30%
greenhouse gases in the US and Europe are 3 produced by cars

4600 kg
carbon dioxide is emitted by one car per year 4

Nature is disappearing.

The construction of roads changes the riverbeds, runs through forests that produce oxygen and destroys millions of hectares of fertile land under the asphalt, which can be used for food cultivation.

200 thousand km 2
of the land is under the asphalt 5

Animals die.

Roads are a major source of mortality for populations of deer, foxes, turtles and many other wild animals. Millions of animals die under the wheels of cars every year, and when the road crosses an animal's habitat, the chances of road death increase by many times.

1 ml
animals die every day in such countries as the United States 6

on 60%
there will have been more roads in the world by 2050 7

by 2.5 times
the number of wild animals has decreased in the last 50 years 8

The whole world is looking for a solution.

Electric motors are being developed

Electric engine

Exhaust filters are being introduced

Exhaust Filter

The fuel quality standards are being set

Quality standards

The greenery spaces
are being created

Greenery

SkyWay creates the best solution.

The above-ground electric vehicle
on high-strength string rails.

The project has become a member of the United Nations environmental programme.

up to 100 years

the track structure may not need to be overhauled.

11

fundamentally new transport models were designed by SkyWay.

3 types of sensors ensure that the SkyWay autopilot works.

Runs on clean energy.

The engine of the string transport uses electricity and does not create harmful emissions into the atmosphere. It is 3 times more efficient than an internal combustion engine and is charged with environmentally friendly energy: wind, sun, geothermal energy.

up to 15 times
less electricity is consumed by the string transport than by the car

Saves nature on the Earth.

The SkyWay transport takes up minimal space on the ground. A kilometre of the string track requires less than 100 m2 of land, which is a forest path width. It is 140 times less than a four-lane highway.

The construction of the string tracks will not change the natural landscape and will preserve forests that produce oxygen. Millions of hectares of fertile land under the string tracks can be used for agriculture.

100 m2
one kilometre of the string track on the ground takes up

Keeps the animal world safe.

The string tracks are from 4 to 15 metres above the ground. This eliminates any collisions of vehicles with animals and reduces their mortality rate by several times. The area around the string tracks remains untouched: there are preserved reservoirs and animal habitats.

up to 15 m
above the ground, there could be the string track

How does SkyWay work?

The rail

For strength, the SkyWay rails are additionally reinforced with tensioned strings - bundles of stretched steel cables. The smoothness of traffic on this rail is up to 120 times higher than that of car tyres on the road. This reduces fuel consumption and allows vehicles to move faster and safer.

Electric engine

The SkyWay engine can run on any environmentally friendly fuel from natural gas to methane and hydrogen. The vehicle can be powered by a self-contained source of energy, such as on-board batteries, capacitor or molecular energy storages, fuel cells and more.

The body

The aerodynamic drag coefficient of the SkyWay high-speed module is only 0.075. This is 5 times less than that of the fastest serial cars. Less resistance to air allows tens of times less fuel consumption and safe acceleration to 500 km/h.

The flyover

The rails for the SkyWay transport are between the supports, forming a flyover. Due to the uncut structure of the string rail, the SkyWay flyover is 5 times more even and 3 times stronger than traditional bridges and overpasses for cars or trains. Located above the ground, the flyover can be built in any terrain, from mountain chains to desert and jungle.

Get a presentation of SkyWay technology with a description of all system elements

The privacy conditions

Where is SkyWay built?

The EcoTechnoPark is the 36-hectare SkyWay string transport testing centre in Belarus

  • 5

    track types have been built

  • 8

    type of transport have been tested

  • 6000

    visitors have become passengers

Look at the EcoTechnoPark in the virtual reality

Unibus Salon
Start
Unibus Salon
SkyWay station
Start
SkyWay station
High-speed module
Start
High-speed module
String Bridge
Start
String Bridge
Unicar's reversal
Start
Unicar's reversal
Guest house
Start
Guest house
Freight tracks
Start
Freight tracks
Entrance to the EcoTechnoPark
Start
Entrance to the EcoTechnoPark
Aeropanorama of the Centre
Start
Aeropanorama of the Centre
Unibus Salon
SkyWay station
High-speed module
String Bridge
Unicar's reversal
Guest house
Freight tracks
Entrance to the EcoTechnoPark
Aeropanorama of the Centre

The SkyWay Test Centre in the Emirate of Sharjah

In October 2019, there was started the first test section of the SkyWay Test Centre in the Emirate of Sharjah. The total area of the Centre is 28 hectares; the string technologies tests will be carried on it tested in the conditions of the Middle East

The project of the SkyWay track in Dubai

In April 2019, the Emir of Dubai approved of a package of projects, proposed by the Ministry of Transport of the country. The projects included the SkyWay 15-km urban transport system with 21 stations on the route.

Keep up to date with the progress of the innovative SkyWay project via email

SkyWay is developing due to crowdfunding

Crowdfunding allows everyone to invest in the SkyWay transport and get a stake in the international environmental project. Hundreds of thousands of investors include teachers, businesspeople and students.

2014 is the year when crowdfunding was started

$50 minimum investment amount

200 countries of the world

Receive the instruction on how to invest in the innovative SkyWay project.

The privacy conditions

The investment in SkyWay:

  • 1

    Gives the right to receive dividends from all successfully implemented SkyWay projects.

  • 2

    Can save tens of millions of animals from death on the roads.

  • 3

    Can preserve hundreds of square kilometres of forests, fields and reservoirs around the world intact.

SkyWay financing is coming to an end.

In 2014, the SkyWay's management developed a 15-step development plan for the project, from start to reaching self-sufficiency and profit. Today, you can invest in SkyWay and become a co-owner of all the technology. That means you can get dividends from every successful commercial project of the string transport.

Stage 14
Today is the 14th stage of financing.

After the 15th stage, it will only be possible to invest in individual SkyWay targeted projects.

The SkyWay project is the safe future of the Planet

Investing in SkyWay is an option to bring it closer

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According to World Health Organization.

From the report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), published in 2018.

From the report of European Parliament

According to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Calculated based on the data International Road Federation. The total length of roads is 64,285,009 km (2013), the average width of roads in the world is 6 meters.

According to the report of the United States Society for the Protection of Animals.

From the report by an international group of researchers, published in the electronic version of The Guardian.

According to the World Wildlife Fund.