The UNIDO CIIC supports the development of environmentally friendly industries and string transport in Belarus
September 24, 2022
On September 23-24, Maryina Gorka, Belarus, hosted the 5th Anniversary International Scientific and Technical Conference “Near Space Non-Rocket Industrialization: Problems, Ideas, Projects” (NRNSI 2022). The event was organized by Yunitskiy’s group of companies.
The NRNSI Conference has been held since 1988 and is a unique platform for discussing topics aimed at finding the best environmental solutions and technologies for the exploration of near space within the framework of the uSpace program. However, the transition to industrial space exploration does not mean a complete rejection of industrial development on Earth. Anatoly Yunitskiy, Chairman of the Organizing Committee, General Designer of Astroengineering Technologies LLC and String Technologies CJSC, proposes to evolve the existing earth industry to more efficient and environmentally friendly industries using the following technologies:
- transport and infrastructure complexes of the „second level“ uST;
- construction of linear uCity cities based on pedestrian and fully self-sufficient ecooriented clusters;
- „green“ electrical and thermal energy uEnergy;
- Biospheric agriculture based on biohumus uTerra.
The projects and technologies presented at the conference are united by the concept of the global program „EcoWorld“, which involves the development of ecooriented biospheric technologies aimed at transforming the main areas of the earth’s industry, infrastructure, energy, transport, and agriculture. It involves the removal of a harmful part of the earth’s industry into near-Earth orbit with the help of a general planetary vehicle (GPV)..
Director Sergey Korotkov and representatives of the UNIDO CIIC took part in the event. In his welcoming speech, Sergei Anatolyevich noted the relevance of the task of industrial space exploration in the light of the desire of mankind to implement the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
“The tasks of industrial space exploration and the implementation of projects within the framework of the international platform EcoWorld can become an important part of the concept of sustainable development with practically applicable results,” he said.
Anatoly Yunitskiy attended the event remotely and supported the discussions between the participants.
“We need to start thinking and acting on a cosmic scale. By the middle of the 21st century, a largescale industrialization of near space should be carried out. The resources of the Solar System are enough to satisfy all the technological needs of mankind for millions of years to come. Before it’s too late, it is necessary to choose the biospheric path of sustainable development of our technogenic civilization in the logic: „Earth is for life. Space is for industry,” he said.
The event was supported by well-known scientists, public figures and business representatives. Among them, Mr. Hussein Al Mahmoudi, General Director of the Sharjah Research Technology and Innovation Park, Angelina Poteryaiko, Deputy Director of the Scientific School of Strategic Planning N.I. Veduta, Igor Babichev, Chief of Staff of the Committee on Regional Policy and Local Self-Government of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, Marina Minina, Vice President of the Arctic Public Academy of Sciences, Chairman of the Arctic Council of the Eurasian Peoples‘ Assembly and others.
The guest of honor of the event was the pilot-cosmonaut, Hero of Russia, holder of the Order of the Legion of Honor (France) Sergey Avdeev. He has more than 2 years of work on the ISS as part of international expeditions. Sergey Vasilyevich shared his experience of being in space and answered questions about how the working days of astronauts in a confined space proceeded.
Currently, Unitsky String Technologies Inc. tests and demonstrates transport and infrastructure complexes at the uSky Testing and Certification Center in the UAE (Sharjah).
As a result of the conference, the need to promote the EcoWorld program was emphasized. The importance of cooperation between countries and research institutions in the framework of non-rocket space exploration and the removal of a dangerous part of the technosphere beyond the earth’s boundaries was noted.