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From SkyWay to SkyWorld






Dr. Anatoly Yunitskiy
About the Author


My name is Anatoly Yunitskiy. I am an engineer, author and General designer of SkyWay transport systems. Today, this breakthrough technology is embodied in SkyWay transport and infrastructure complexes at EcoTechnoPark (Maryina Gorka, Republic of Belarus), with which the Group of companies I lead is entering the world market. The solutions embedded in the basis of SkyWay systems have a global transformational potential, aimed to set up the foundation for a safe and harmonious development of civilization for a long time to come. Here, in my personal website, I am going to explain what my inventions and my SkyWorld program are.

Brief background: problem definition

According to modern concepts, life on the Earth originated about four billion years ago. Evolving, adapting to the conditions that existed on the planet at that time, living organisms began to transform the environment. These transformations were not less than those that were happening with living organisms in the course of their development and improvement. Thus, oxygen-bearing atmosphere, soil, coral reefs, ozone layer, modern landscape with its swamps, tundra, taiga and jungles appeared on the initially dead and deserted planet. In this way a biosphere was created, where millions of species of living organisms and the planet transformed with their help were matched perfectly to each other during billions years of evolution. There is nothing superfluous here.

But here appeared man who, thanks to his mind, began to increase the power of his muscles, sense organs, intellect, to create technology and master industrial processes. It occurred a long time ago, several million years ago when primitive people started to make the first primitive tools, then began to cook on an open fire and process animal skins. It was then that humanity entered the path of technological development, and it is not for us to change that today. The modern power of the earth civilization is just a logical development of industrial technologies.

Factories, power plants, machines, vehicles, etc. are the analogues of living organisms in the biosphere. Similar to living organisms, they exchange energy and materials with the environment; therefore, similar to organisms, they inevitably transform the Nature. In fact, from the biological point of view, it causes environmental pollution. However, from the technological point of view, factories and power plants do not pollute anything. They have raw materials and maters at the input, and at the output — finished products (including energy, for example, electric one, and a service, for example, transportation one) and a converted initial raw material (excluding finished products), which of course gets into the same area where it was taken from — the environment. It is impossible to avoid it in principle. The creation of closed-loop technological cycles to solve environmental problems in this way is fundamentally impossible, either. It is about the same if we, let us say, try to look for a way to prohibit a cow to produce manure, urine, methane and CO2 along with milk.

Even the biosphere as a whole is not a closed system. In fact, it transformed the Earth, which was earlier dead. Only the "Earth — Biosphere" system is a closed one. Similarly, the technosphere, not an individual plant or factory, cannot be a closed system under the conditions of a particular planet. The technosphere will be inevitably transforming the Earth. But in what direction?

The technosphere does not need the oxygen-containing atmosphere. Already today the industry of the USA and China consumes more oxygen than trees and plants in these countries' territories produce. They live on credit consuming the oxygen generated by the Russian taiga and the Amazon rainforest. What will be, if all countries achieve that level of industrial development?

The technosphere does not need soil. Therefore, increasingly less fertile soil is left on the planet, however more and more dross, ash and slag heaps appear. Acid rains, smog, high level of radiation, destruction of the ozone layer, etc. — all this is inevitable. It is only possible to slow down the process of transforming the earth nature, the biosphere, but there is no way to stop it. The technosphere occupies the same ecological niche as the biosphere as a whole: machinery, mechanisms, technological devices are located in the depth of the earth, water, air and are actively exchanging energy and materials with them. Ecological problems rose sharply in the last quarter of the twentieth century for the reason that the technosphere got close to the entire biosphere in terms of its power supply capacity, i.e., by its ability to transform the environment. For instance, the biosphere now generates above 200 billion tons of dry organic substance per year, which in terms of fuel is by only ten times more than the annual power consumption by all the machinery available at the disposal of the terrestrial civilization. Meanwhile, the volume of soil, ore and raw material transported and processed by machinery has closely approached the volume of organic substance produced by the entire biosphere.

There is only one drastic way out of the current situation: it is necessary to provide the technosphere with an ecological niche beyond the biosphere. This will ensure preservation and development of the biosphere in accordance with the laws and directions that have been formed during billions years of evolution, as well as a harmonious interaction of the people's community as biological objects with the biosphere. There is no such an ecological niche for the technosphere on the Earth. However, it is available in space, where there are ideal conditions for the majority of technological processes: zero gravity, vacuum, high and cryogenic temperatures, unlimited raw, energy and spatial resources, etc.

Humanity does not have much time for a large-scale space exploration. In aviation, there is the concept of a point of no return — the moment after which the aircraft has no longer enough fuel to go back and the catastrophe will be inevitable. According to my estimates, there are only two or three generations, 40—60 years up to the point of no return in the development of our technocratic civilization. Nothing can restore the disturbed balance between nature and industry after that. Because of the technocratic oppression on the biosphere, it will begin its irreversible destruction and degradation, and the degradation of the human race with it. After all, our earthly civilization lives by the principle "Mould in Petri dish" — having eaten all the limited resources, it will perish.

What is done on Earth: SkyWay string transport in terms of technology and the current stage of program's implementation

To change the attitude to itself and to nature is the most difficult task that humanity should fulfill in the very near future. Sorting and processing of household and industrial waste, transfer to the use of renewable energy sources, global programs aimed at reducing CO2 emissions into the atmosphere — all this is being done today, but this is not enough. They also start speaking about bringing the industry out into space, for example, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos recently said about it, but they do not say how to carry it out. They do not say because they do not know how. I not only know, but I am doing it — today, now.

Four test routes of SkyWay string transport have been built and several models of rolling stock have already been certified in Belarus under my supervision. Outwardly they resemble a monorail or a cable way, but in reality they are fundamentally different from everything that has been created in this sector up to the present day. They surpass analogues in speed (up to 500 km/h), cost-efficiency, comfort and safety. From the technical point of view, SkyWay string transport are systems of cargo and passenger transportation that are continuous string-rail overpasses pre-stressed with stretching for the movement of rail electric vehicles on steel wheels. They have high aerodynamic characteristics, fit with an anti-derailment system, as well as intelligent systems of safety, control, power supply and communication. The combination of the above elements of the system makes it optimal and no other ground-mounted transport system can be more efficient if we assume that the laws of physics will remain laws of physics in the future. From social, economic and ecological points of view, SkyWay is a new standard of mobility, an initial step in the implementation of the program on a radical transformation of the technosphere and a technological basis to establish a new civilizational pattern in which mankind will be able to coexist harmoniously with nature and all hazardous industries will be moved over into space. Let us sort everything out in the right order.

SkyWay overpasses are structures pre-stressed with tensioning. It is for this reason that the transport is called a string one. For the same reason, SkyWay proves to be the most economical and efficient version of a transport overpass, because among the four types of materials in stress-strain state: stretching, compression, bending, twisting, — the most favorable is stretching in terms of the most complete use of physical and mechanical properties of materials. For example, with an equal payload, a stretched cable with 10 cm diameter and 500 m length is a structure that is a thousand times less material-intensive than the Ostankino TV tower or a motor-road bridge with a span of 500 m, which is subjected to bending.

An overpasses consist of anchor supports accepting horizontal load from stretching and installed with a span of up to 5 km, intermediate supports located at a distance of 50—2000 m and more from each other, and thin composite string rails. Thus, the rail track, along which an electric car runs on steel wheels, can be at most light, durable and smooth, which ensures high speed and comfort of traffic. At the same time, if you make a track structure continuous, without extension seams along the whole length, then it is possible to increase the bearing capacity of the overpass twice. The small diameter of the composite string rail and its location above the ground at 5 m height allow to get rid of the so-called airfoil effect, which degrades the aerodynamic properties of transport when driving at high speeds at least twice and, as a result, increase the power consumption proportionally. The essence of this effect consists in a sharp increase in aerodynamic drag near the screening surface (earth, water, roadway) due to the dynamic air blowdown under the bottom of a vehicle. Nothing like this occurs in SkyWay systems, as there is no screening surface — the rail is actually stretched in the air.

At speeds above 350 km/h (and SkyWay string transport is being designed for speeds up to 600 km/h), removal of the airfoil effect becomes one of the decisive factors, since in these speed modes more than 90% of the drive power is spent to overcome air resistance. The remaining 10% of the power is spent to overcome the rolling resistance of the wheel. In SkyWay, the "steel wheel — steel rail" support system is used having the efficiency factor of 99.8%, since it is possible to move a bogie weighing one ton along a horizontal rail track with a force of two kilograms. At high speeds, losses here are two orders of magnitude lower than those in the system "pneumatic tire — asphalt-concrete roadbed" and several times less than in other systems — with air and magnetic cushion.

The unmanned rolling stock in SkyWay runs along a string-rail overpass elevated above the ground, beyond the zone of possible collision with other vehicles, people, animals and other objects, which additionally increases the level of traffic safety and opens the possibility of all-weather operation by excluding the so-called human factor. The same aspect — movement of rail vehicles above the ground — combined with an unprecedentedly low level of energy consumption (up to 1 liter in fuel equivalent per 100 km at 100 km/h speed) makes SkyWay transport complexes friendly at most to the environment. The land under the tracks can be used for creating parks and farming. Natural biogeocenoses and migration routes of animals can be preserved in the extensive territories on the way of track construction. The hydrology of soil will not be disrupted, as it happens in case of building roads and railways today.

The maximum effect at minimal expenses is the basic principle for the operation of SkyWay transport, which should be the same for any other transport system. However, in reality modern transport works in a completely opposite logic. The service life is specially reduced in the interests of giant producers and component parts dealers, energy consumption is steadily kept at a high level, profitable for miners and hydrocarbon processors. The road infrastructure needs constant expansion due to the continuous growth of the number of vehicles. Most of them occupy the urban space without performing any useful work — just standing in a parking lot. Such a model demonstrates its utter futility. SkyWay looks absolutely preferable on this background. Now that its affordability, effectiveness, cost-efficiency, safety and speed are confirmed in practice, you can be sure that the future belongs precisely to this mode of transport.

On confirming the efficiency of SkyWay technology in Belarus, we are beginning its commercial implementation in one of the richest regions of the world ready to transformation — in the Middle East. With the support of the government of the most innovative country in the world, the United Arab Emirates, we are creating a world center for the development and promotion of our breakthrough transport and infrastructure technology — "String Valley", an analog of Silicon Valley in the USA, where not only all SkyWay transport technologies will be tested, but also the associated infrastructure technologies. Work on them is carried out in parallel. These are linear cities, new "green" power generation, relic fertile soil, vacuum glass and much more. As soon as we start the first construction in the UAE, target contracts will be opened in many countries, for which funding will flow in. There are dozens of such projects today, with a total length of several thousand kilometers totaling for the amount of more than USD 10 billion. These are cargo, urban and intercity routes in the Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and other countries of the Middle East and even in Brazil situated far from the Emirates. Thus, in the UAE, we will build not just some test sites, but innovative technological platforms in which we will create all the related infrastructure that is required and sufficient for us to become world leaders in SkyWay transport and infrastructure technology, namely: research and development; educational; operational; project designing and production ones for batch manufacturing, not only for pilot production, as in Belarus. We will have there our own solar power generation — linear, stretched along the route, and much more. And all this is the golden key to orders and financing of a large number of projects on all continents and transformation of the world in accordance with the objectives and potential of SkyWorld project.

Public funding: everyone who comes to our side will win

The complex of works to create the first samples of SkyWay string transport systems and introduction of SkyWay transport to the market are financed according to the modern model of crowdinvesting — public financing. While the project is at the startup stage, everyone can become its investor. The amount of investments starts from only USD 50, but thanks to a large number of project participants, this scheme allows to generate sufficient funds for the development of the Company at the initial stage. All investors are co-owners of the technology underlying in the basis of SkyWay transport and future shareholders of the Company that, according to expert estimates, is capable of winning up to 50% of the world transport services market in the foreseeable future.

The use of the crowdinvesting scheme makes the project unique. For the first time in history, the financing of works on the development of a sector-making technology is carried out by ordinary people. The project participants are about one million people from more than 200 countries, of which more than 200 thousand have already become investors. It is the geography covering the entire populated part of the planet. We are getting more of them every day. This imposes a great responsibility on me and the team I lead, but at the same time it's a great honor — an unconditional confirmation that the program that I am implementing is really comprehensive and necessary for people. It is in the interests of ordinary people, humanity, not officials and raw material monopolies, that SkyWay string transport is developing.

Public financing has become a powerful impetus to the changes that SkyWay transport brings about with it and which the power holders can no longer neglect. Previously, they were not interested in changes that could disrupt the established balance of power. I got convinced of this by my personal experience, having spent decades trying to convince them of the need for radical changes, on which not only the fate of their children and grandchildren depend, but also that of humanity as a whole. At the same time, 40 years of struggle have refined my arguments, allowed me to work through all the components of technology in detail, leaving behind three generations of string transport and laying the foundation for the fourth generation. With the support of the "army" of investors, I made the first decisive step — the creation of full-scale operating models of SkyWay transport systems. Now that everyone can see firsthand the efficiency of the transport and infrastructure solutions that I have proposed, both governments and businesses are forced to accept changes as a fact and struggle to be among the first to promote them. Few want changes, but when the changes come, it's about everybody and everyone has to make a simple choice: change himself or die. Everyone who will be on our side will be the winner, those ones who become our investors, may be among the dollar millionaires already tomorrow.

What is to be done on Earth: the next stage of the program's implementation

The current task facing the project is a successful entry into the transport services market and winning at least 50% of its volume. Taking into account the specifics of the created technology, its efficiency, safety, affordability, as well as the ecological potential inherent to SkyWay transport, such ambitions are to be realized in the near future. Experts say the same thing.

As noted above, the Middle East, the cradle of ancient civilizations, is expected to become a starting point, as it is completely ready to be the epicenter of a new passionate impulse. Further on, SkyWay transport should encircle the planet including the water thickness along the ocean, which is technically feasible and allows to ensure more affordable, in comparison with aviation, and much faster communications between continents (with speeds up to 1,250 km/h after building forevacuum tunnels) in comparison with water transport. On the continents, SkyWay overpass is fixed with supports, in the ocean — on anchored floats, installed below the water surface. The key route should be a hyper-speed SkyWay route encircling the ground along a line parallel to the equator, for example, along the Northern Tropic, or vice versa — along the Southern one. Then the project will be able to enter a new stage — construction of a General Planetary Vehicle (GPV). The SkyWay overpass encircling the globe will be its launch pad.

Entry into Space: SpaceWay General Planetary Vehicle

The cargo-and-passenger version of the General Planetary Vehicle (GPV) described by me in popular science articles as far back as in 1982 (all-Union journals "Inventor and rationalizer", No. 4, and "Technology for the Youth", No. 6) is arranged as follows. Imagine a special tube — the GPV bearing body frame — with a diameter of about two meters installed on the overpass and extending in both directions beyond the horizon and, thus, seizing the planet in a plane parallel to the plane of the equator. Two linear rotors, also seizing the planet, are installed inside the tubular body frame. The rotors are located in vacuum channels and have magnetic suspension systems and linear electric motors.

At the first stage of space entry, a magnetic suspension system is activated stabilizing the rotors in the centers of vacuum channels. Then one of the rotors is driven by a linear electric motor in motion along the channel, and, accordingly, around the Earth. The mass of the rotor is considerable, millions of tons, therefore many days will pass before it reaches the first cosmic speed and, by balancing the Earth's gravity force with the centrifugal force, will attain zero gravity.

When the speed reaches more than 10 kilometers per second, the centrifugal forces will exceed the GPV weight. Under the action of centrifugal forces exceeding the Earth's gravity force, the self-carrying ring of planetary dimensions is detached from the Earth's surface and, evenly stretching (it will be 1.57% for every 100 km of the rise,) leaves the planet's atmosphere within a few dozens of minutes and completely enters the circular orbit in the equator plane. While braking the first flywheel accelerated to cosmic speeds, the generated electric power is switched over to accelerating the second flywheel in the opposite direction. Having received a double impulse, the GPV body frame, seizing the planet, starts to rotate around it, until it develops the first space velocity in a few hours. The space cargo on the external suspension (passengers in comfortable cabins and a variety of goods in special containers) will be brought out in this way to circular orbits at an altitude of 300—400 km.

After the GPV starts operation, the industrialization of outer space will begin. The need for geospatial haulage will increase dramatically. This need will be satisfied by increasing the frequency of launches — after all, for one voyage, about 10 million tons of cargo and 10 million passengers will be delivered into space, environmentally friendly, without any impact on the environment, at the cost of less than USD 1,000 per ton, that is with a 10,000-fold decrease in the cost of delivering goods into orbit compared to today's costs.

As for the resources that are available at the disposal of mankind, GPV can be built already today: the cost together with infrastructure is USD 2.2 trillion (three annual US military budgets), the capacity to switch to the power grid is 100 million kilowatts (2% of the rated capacity of the world's power plants), the weight of metal structures is 40 million tons (so much steel is produced on the planet for a couple of weeks).

The Earth's future: SkyWorld

Many new opportunities will open up for humanity even at the stage of mass adoption of SkyWay terrestrial transport systems. The transfer of transport flows to the "second level" above the ground will allow to free up huge areas, now occupied by highways, and restore them with the help of biotechnologies developed by us in parallel with SkyWay transport. These same technologies will make it possible to enrich the soil in areas that are now unsuitable for agriculture, primarily in deserts that occupy a significant part of the Earth's surface. The speed of transporting passengers and cargo will significantly increase, which will provide a great impetus for social and economic development. Linear cities will begin to appear along SkyWay high-speed lines. They will be created in a fundamentally different logic than the current settlements — pedestrian, environmentally friendly, affordable, safe and comfortable for living.

After the implementation of GPV, a large-scale industrialization of near-Earth space will begin, where, primarily, a powerful electricity-producing industry (about a billion kilowatts) will be created in the first ten years. This will allow starting to mothball the most environmentally hazardous power plants (nuclear, thermal and hydroelectric power stations) and the most polluting fuel processing industry on Earth. The availability of huge amount of energy in the orbit will allow to transfer almost all the resource-extracting industry into space (to the asteroid belt and the Moon) for several dozens of years: metallurgy, major chemistry and other types of environmentally hazardous sectors, as well as industries that need weightlessness, vacuum, radiation, cryogenic and ultrahigh temperatures. At the same time, the ecology of the space environment will not be violated, since the concept of "ecology" loses its meaning in the outer space due to the absence of life there.

The described program may seem like a utopia to many, as it will require considerable intellectual, financial and material expenses, while there are a lot of unresolved problems on Earth today. But I am convinced and hundreds of thousands of SkyWay investors from 200 countries of the world support me in this, that in the future the funds will be invested in the thing that will save the civilization, in our children and grandchildren, and will not be spent for the barbaric devastation of the planet's interior, weapons of murder and arms race, as it is happening all over the world presently.

The implementation of SpaceWay program has already begun and it is gaining momentum. Today we have reached the point where it is actually impossible to stop us. Soon we will bring out SkyWay string transport into the market and get at our disposal the resources of one of the world's largest transport and infrastructure companies. And me personally, I intend to invest all the funds received from the implementation of SkyWay projects in the development and creation of SpaceWay General Planetary Vehicle. I am convinced that there is simply no other way of development for the earthly civilization. Therefore, my motto is: build SkyWay — save the planet!

Please find out details of participation and join the project at rsw-systems.com.

With love,
engineer Anatoly Yunitskiy



11 December 2018
Anatoly Yunitskiy was awarded the International Peace Prize from Slovakia

8 December 2018
Actu Transport Logistique: SkyWay is gaining popularity in the United Arab Emirates

6 December 2018
SkyWay was presented to the Crown Prince of Dubai and the Emir of Sharjah

1 December 2018
SkyWay project designing organization took part in the IV International Forum "Green Logistics: Ideas, Practice, Prospects"

29 November 2018
SkyWay: transportation solutions for Brazil

28 November 2018
Delegation from Peru visited SkyWay project designing organization

27 November 2018
TV Tokyo visits SkyWay

23 November 2018
The first video from the construction site in the UAE

22 November 2018
SkyWay Technologies Co. was visited by the Director of the Unified Information Center of socially responsible organizations and conscientious entrepreneurs

21 November 2018
SkyWay project passes over to Stage 13

19 November 2018
SkyWay Technologies Co. has certified labor safety system

17 November 2018
Representatives of the Japanese television company TV Tokyo Corporation visited SkyWay project organization

15 November 2018
EcoTechnoPark is in the list of 100 best places in Belarus!

14 November 2018
Ā conversation with Yury Kashchuk, Head of track infrastructure, rigging and testing equipment Department

13 November 2018
SkyWay in Nigeria

9 November 2018
Interview with Kiryl Badulin, Head of the Business Development Department

8 November 2018
Top-managers from Dassault Systemes and IGA Technologies arrived to SkyWay Technologies

6 November 2018
"Office Life" journal on SkyWay high-speed transport

1 November 2018
Interview with SkyWay General designer is published in "Zvyazda" newspaper

31 October 2018
News on SkyWay cargo complex

27 October 2018
Reinvestment of SkyWay shares in tokens and share buyback: SkyWay project introduces new financial instruments

26 October 2018
SkyWay Technologies Co. is about to launch a major transport project in the UAE

24 October 2018
Answer to Artemy Lebedev's studio from SkyWay engineers

22 October 2018
News agency Sputnik from the Czech Republic on SkyWay transport

20 October 2018
The power of beauty

19 October 2018
About aerodynamics of high-speed unibus

18 October 2018
"Zero Kilometer" of EcoTechnoPark is 3 years old today!

16 October 2018
Japanese TV about SkyWay

13 October 2018
SkyWay transport management system

12 October 2018
High-speed unibus in Direct Industry magazine

11 October 2018
Super-lightweight SkyWay: winning in speed, quality and cost

10 October 2018
SkyWay: secret in design

9 October 2018
EcoTechnoPark hosted guests again, running laps of transport modules go on in regular mode

7 October 2018
EcoTechnoPark: preparation for testing a super-lightweight SkyWay track

4 October 2018
SkyWay Unimobile: mobility for all

2 October 2018
Poster: types of SkyWay

1 October 2018
Visitors to InnoTrans-2018 about SkyWay: "This is a real gift not only for us, but for all mankind"

30 September 2018
InnoTrans-2018: some statistics

29 September 2018
How to stop wasting time and money in traffic jams?

28 September 2018
SkyWay for Northern Eurasia

27 September 2018
InnoTrans-2018: final video

26 September 2018
About the prospects for SkyWay in the Far East

25 September 2018
SkyWay usability presentation

23 September 2018
Media about the premiere of high-speed SkyWay

22 September 2018
Interview with Head of the rolling stock department Andrei Zaitsev

21 September 2018
Interview with a representative of Dassault Systemes

20 September 2018
Anatoly Yunitskiy's interview on the results of the first day at InnoTrans

19 September 2018
Presentation of the high-speed unibus U4-362

18 September 2018
Anatoly Yunitskiy is honored for his outstanding contribution to patriotic education of the youth

17 September 2018
Poster: high-speed unibus

16 September 2018
Certificates for the trademarks

14 September 2018
Interview with General Director of SkyWay Technologies Co.

13 September 2018
Efficient, ergonomic and comfortable Unimobile at InvaExpo-2018

8 September 2018
Interview with EcoFest guests

7 September 2018
About upcoming exhibition InnoTrans-2018

4 September 2018
"SkyWay can relieve Riga from traffic jams" — the Latvian news portal Infotop.lv

1 September 2018
MyFin about sharing economy and SkyWay

31 August 2018
"Now it is the best moment for investment in SkyWay" — SkyWay supporter on his experience working with SkyWay transport project

30 August 2018
A representative of the regional branch of the Australian company SAI Global Rostislav Koshel visits SkyWay project designing organization

28 August 2018
SkyWay presentation

26 August 2018
From SkyWay to SkyWorld: sky world is better than paradise

24 August 2018
SkyWay can take part in a tender for the construction of a route in Argentina

23 August 2018
A resonant publication on the future of modern transport technologies: automobile must die

22 August 2018
Anatoly Yunitskiy files lawsuit for 10 million euros against Lithuania

19 August 2018
Hyper U concept

18 August 2018
High-speed SkyWay

17 August 2018
The first passengers of SkyWay

16 August 2018
Industry 4.0 instruments in SkyWay

15 August 2018
Drone for SkyWay — new technologies and time-tested solutions

11 August 2018
New sample of SkyWay rolling stock — Uniwind

10 August 2018
Unimobile: mobility for people with disabilities

9 August 2018
Presentation of SkyWay developments for cargo transportation market

8 August 2018
EcoFest-2018: report of the General Designer

6 August 2018
Express results from EcoFest-2018

2 August 2018
EcoFest online

31 July 2018
Representatives of Nueva Lima project visited EcoTechnoPark

28 July 2018
Interview of the SkyWay General designer on the eve of EcoFest-2018

27 July 2018
"Komsomolskaya Pravda" about SkyWay: how is String Transport done?

26 July 2018
EcoTechnoPark: visit of the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of India to Belarus

25 July 2018
Updated website on EcoTechnoPark

24 July 2018
An article at the Belarusian financial portal MyFin.by on why EcoFest is needed

21 July 2018
EcoTechnoPark: running tests with U4-220-T2 unibus

20 July 2018
Interview with Kiryl Badulin on the results of SkyWay's participation at the SITCE Ņongress in Singapore

18 July 2018
EcoTechnoPark: visit of representatives of science and business from the UAE

17 July 2018
Results of SkyWay conference in Vietnam

16 July 2018
The idea that is floating in the air

14 July 2018
Acceptance testing of double-rail unibus

13 July 2018
Yekaterinburg: it will not be metro, it will be SkyWay

12 July 2018
SkyWay at transport congress in Singapore: day 2

11 July 2018
Who will be among the first passengers of SkyWay transport?

10 July 2018
SkyWay at the International Transport Congress in Singapore

9 July 2018
Article "Valuable investment"

8 July 2018
A visit of representatives of the UAE government

7 July 2018
Presentation of SkyWay technology in Vietnam

6 July 2018
Why do they predict great future for SkyWay systems?

5 July 2018
SkyWay technology for Silk Road Countries

4 July 2018
Types and purposes of SkyWay transport

3 July 2018
Questions on high-speed SkyWay: comment from General Designer

2 July 2018
Photos from the filming of a new documentary

1 July 2018
Rails, strings and city of the future

30 June 2018
About high-speed SkyWay

29 June 2018
Tsiolkovsky in transport

27 June 2018
Acceptance running tests with SkyWay unicar

26 June 2018
Alternative method of space exploration from SkyWay

23 June 2018
Running tests of a 14-passenger unibus on the semi-rigid part of the lightweight urban transport system

21 June 2018
Interview with Sergey Artyushevsky, Chief designer of SkyWay high-speed transport complex

15 June 2018
Elevated light rail transit is coming to Astana

13 June 2018
New equipment for bench testing

10 June 2018
Poster: SkyWay passenger station

9 June 2018
Comfort as science

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Film - Yunitskiy's Sky Ways
Film "Yunitskiy's Sky Ways"


SkyWay video presentation
SkyWay video presentation


SkyWay presentation
SkyWay presentation


The monograph by Anatoly Ynitskiy - Transport Complex SkyWay: 100 questions - 100 answers
100 questions - 100 answers


Monograph by Anatoly Yunitskiy - String Transport Systems: on Earth and in Space
String Transport Systems: on Earth and in Space


Monograph by Anatoly Yunitskiy - String Transport Systems: on Earth and in Space
String Transport Systems: on Earth and in Space


Industrialization of space: near-term prospects
Industrialization of space: near-term prospects


Presentation of SkyWorld program
SkyWorld program


SkyWay EcoTechnoPark
SkyWay EcoTechnoPark


Name list of people who contributed to SkyWay EcoTechnoPark construction
Names in SkyWay Museum


Test site
Test site


High-speed SkyWay
High-speed SkyWay


Hyper U
Hyper U


City mounted SkyWay
City mounted SkyWay


City suspended SkyWay
City suspended SkyWay


Freight mounted SkyWay
Freight mounted SkyWay


Freight suspended SkyWay
Freight suspended SkyWay


SkyWay cargo port
SkyWay sea port


SkyWay development projects
SkyWay development projects


Social significance: let us prevent the emergence of a billion of disabled people and cripples
Social significance


Safety: let us save lives of 100 million people


Comfortability: movement with pleasure without transport fatigue


Affordability: from the center of Moscow to the center of St. Petersburg within 1 hour and 40 minutes and for USD 8.40


Environmental friendliness: let us increase the green lungs of the planet by the area equal to 4 territories of Great Britain
Environmental friendliness


Efficiency: liter of fuel on 230 km distance at a speed of 500 km/h, or 2.050 km at 100 km/h speed


Consumption of resources: saving of raw materials, energy, land, labour and finance - at least by 10 times
Consumption of resources


Cosmism: planet - for life, space - for industrial technologies




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