The first driverless “flying train” has started running

The radical innovation Autonomous Rapid Transit (ART) is creating new data for the future of transportation. It is essentially the first advanced technology train without rails and a driver that started operating in China and which in a few years is not excluded to be adopted by many countries around the world.

Another technological leap!

The structure of said train includes a rail supported in the air by structural steel columns and a group of carriages suspended below the rail beam. With a futuristic design in the colors of white and blue, the tram can “fly” at a speed of 60 kilometers per hour and can carry up to 220 passengers. It is equipped with a fully automatic pilot system, and can move itself from starting, parking, door control and running on the suspended monorail.

In the train crew there are people who intervene only for emergencies. The railway has 16 stops along the 26.7 km distance, with car depot and parking.

As you can see in the video below, the “flying” train in question is an excellent example of the positive changes that technology can bring to the world.

Source: Digital Life! by

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