Mikhail Tsyrlin, Candidate of Technical Sciences and Associate Professor at BSUT, shared his opinion on the SkyWay project on his «VKontakte» page. The scientist believes that the string transport will be able to compete with cars, trains and planes. Already now, there is opened the SkyWay design bureau in the Republic of Belarus, where the specialists are creating new types of tracks and improving the existing models of transport. Mikhail Tsyrlin emphasized environmental friendliness, safety, high speed of movement and low cost of production among the main advantages of SkyWay technologies. According to the scientist, the project will be better if SkyWay begins to cooperate with universities, publish articles in specialized publications, open a scientific department at Unitski String Technologies Co. and become commercially successful in the Republic of Belarus. Tsyrlin pointed out the project’s self-repayment separately:
«Successful promotion of the string transport technology in the Republic of Belarus makes it possible to create new jobs and supplement the country’s budget funds».
We have already talked about the attention of the scientific community to the SkyWay project. The students of the Ural Federal University (UrFU) and of Nizhny Novgorod State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (NNGASU) have been writing their diploma and master’s theses on topics related to SkyWay transport complexes for the second year. Scientists’ support of the project allowed the project to move to a new stage of development.