Mikhail Kirichenko talked to the Head of the EcoHouse construction in Sharjah and found out which premises were already ready for work. An article about the construction of SkyWay in the United Arab Emirates was published on the English-language Railway Technology edition website. Let us tell you what journalists have paid attention to. Some playwrights from Belarus and Germany have visited the EcoTechnoPark to see what the future transport will look like. Hello, this is …. and you are watching the weekly SkyWay news. Mikhail Kirichenko flew to Sharjah and talked to Sergey Zaiko, the Head of the EcoHouse construction. Sergey Zaiko shared the information about what had already been built and explained why the construction was so unique. One of the premises inside the EcoHouse is now ready for work. The first presentation for a foreign delegation has been recently held there. In the rest of the rooms, the communications are being laid, and everything you need to live in a hot climate is being prepared. The walls in the EcoHouse regulate the temperature regime. They’re made of wood, and it is easy to breathe inside the house. In addition, the rooftop and the courtyard will be landscaped with plants to give visitors a break from the hot Arab climate. Articles about SkyWay continue to be published in the English-language editions. This time, Railway Technology, which specializes in technologies in the railway industry, wrote about the project. The main topic of the article was the construction of SkyWay in the United Arab Emirates. According to the journalists, Sharjah is approaching the completion of Phase 1 of the SkyWay Innovation Centre. The first tests of Unicar on a 400-meter long section has already been carried out there. Not far from the passenger track, there has been started the construction of the cargo section. At the end of the article, the authors reported on the SkyWay project in Dubai. To be accurate, let us quote their words: “The city transit project involves the creation of 15-km aboveground rail track, on which passengers and cargo will be transported through 21 stations”. You can read a short summary of the article from Railway Technology on our website. Theatre representatives from Belarus and Germany have visited the EcoTechnoPark. They were looking for inspiration for their future productions at the string transport testing centre. German director Michel Decar came to Minsk to give a master class for Belarusian students. Together, they are trying to understand what the world of the future will look like, and how relations between people will change in this future. They were looking for answers to these questions at the EcoTechnoPark. Theatrical directors have chosen SkyWay, which is developing the technologies of the future, among other projects in Minsk. We hope a walk through the EcoTechnoPark helped their artistic creativity. Please tell us in your comments under the video how the SkyWay technology inspires you. That was the headline news over the week. Subscribe to the SWC YouTube channel and enable notifications to be the first ones to get to know about the main SkyWay project events. See you later!