"How will RSW technology change the shape of cities and the world in general?" - video answer to the question No.17
The founder of the RSW Systems group of companies, registered in 2013 in London, UK, answered to the series of questions asked by shareholders and investors. These companies were created for the practical implementation of the fourth generation of Unitsky String Technologies named SkyWay.
Answer: I remember a meeting with the UN Under-Secretary-General Klaus Töpfer. Before that, he was the Minister of transport and infrastructure of the united Germany. He liked very much the idea of linear cities, checkered cities, when they fit well into the existing nature without disturbing it. These cities are completely pedestrian. You can see the example here. He said: "That's the way we need to live in the future. Mr. Yunitskiy, in 30 years the population of world cities will increase by 3 billion people. There is no work for these people, no housing. There are no schools for their children, no hospitals for them, no kindergartens for their kids. No roads, nothing is available for them. Where will they go to live? In Tokyo, New York, London, Moscow, Mexico City, where there are lots of their own problems. Show what you want to make and people will live there surrounded by nature. There are very many places on the planet where people can live wonderfully. In Africa, America, Asia, Europe, Australia." These cities will be different. They will be clean, ecologically safe, integrated with nature, with a speedy transport that will not kill people and their children. Our children. In Moscow several hundred children are killed annually. Several thousand people are killed on the roads, on the streets. Cities should be pedestrian and transport should be separated from streets. It is shown here. Then he said: "If you show and build such city, we shall make it a UN Program and spread it on the planet. Primarily in undeveloped countries where people live in slums, under the conditions impossible for living. Particularly, in Africa."