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We find profitable solutions
to complex transportation problems
with high environmental, social and economic impact.

We develop concepts
and hand them over to the experts for development.

We are proposing our patented technology concept as a solution to housing affordability, long commute times and carbon emissions.


The new paradigm: Moving one person at a time enables origin-to-destination, non-stop trips for everyone. Small, personal vehicles can be extremely light, and therefore the guideway to support them can be extremely light. A light guideway is cheap and unobtrusive, and can therefore be everywhere, even in the heart of cities. Non-stop trips on very light, streamlined vehicles are very energy-efficient. Energy efficiency and low infrastructure costs result in very low capital and operating expenses. The new paradigm is: fast, cheap, convenient, green, everywhere. 

And if a 15 minute commute (for less than half the cost of driving your car) makes it possible for you to live many miles away from downtown, we also have the seed of a green, car-free urbanism revolution. Our new transportation system can replace cars, buses and trains, and enable new urban developments where the cost of land and complications from governments and “NIMBY” citizens are low. Such developments can have a much lower cost of housing, contributing to solving the housing affordability crisis of most large cities in North America. 


Furthermore, transportation is one of the keys to reducing carbon emissions. We urgently need to bring new transportation technologies to market in order to trigger a cascade effect for a rapid reduction of carbon emissions of as much as 5% of CO2 global emissions reductions in 5 years. Anything that is slower or smaller will fail to move us into the 1.5 C climate change path. If new, dense, energy-efficient, green, car-free developments are created, the carbon footprint of urban spaces and transportation, which in some cases accounts for a third or more of emissions, can be very significantly reduced in a very short time.

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