As the SkyWay implementation is approaching as a real transport and infrastructure system, the people of the whole planet are gradually becoming more and more imbued with the ideas of Anatoliy Yunitskiy.
The principles, laid down in the basis of the string transport, have already become the subject of study by students from different countries. At the end of last year, we reported that an agreement on integrated cooperation with the Russian Transport University (MIIT) had been signed in Moscow, and its subject was increasing the efficiency and quality of the use of the innovative materials and technologies in the design, development and implementation of Yunitskiy's String Transport into the transport infrastructure. Shortly thereafter, we told you that the graduate of the University of Catania Rossella Tamara Alnajar had been the first in Italy to write a thesis, in which she narrated about SkyWay.
And now, it is Australia's turn: Liam Filson, a diplomaed architect, who continues his postgraduate education and now is co-founder and marketing Director of "ArchiUnit" company, has came from "sunny Sydney" to the Republic of Belarus. He chose Yunitskiy's String Transport for his research along the route of the Great Silk Road.
In the video interview which we offer to you, our guest from the Green Continent will talk about how he got to know about SkyWay, whether the Australians are aware of the innovative transport of the future, and about his impressions after having visited the EcoTechnoPark.