has developed an
Overhead Suspended Light Rail System
is applauded by all who view the technology in operation. It is now
ready to advance to the specific design and construction of this system on
a 74 acre site at Florida's Museum Of Science and Industry Campus (MOSI). This
system will use an existing
which will charge capacitor banks
used to flash charge the vehicle's on board
battery capacitor system as it arrives at each station. Additionally,
braking, become generators
to feed energy back into the on board power
supply. In August 2008 STC began using funding from a
Department Of Energy Grant to start this design process on a
new Power Accumulator Transfer System.
Findings have encouraged a recent submission to the National Science
Foundation that will involve a
power grooming system design reducing
energy consumption and pollution
from existing ship cranes at seaports.
Received Testimonials on Sky Train from BUSINESSES:
Chief Executive Officer of Maxwell Technologies, Inc.,
and supplies parts for Sky Train's energy research projects, attests that
STC's system will "save energy, reduce port pollution, and increase the
performance lifetime of several components"
with their newest
to upgrade port cranes.
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Dan Parmley, Sr., President and
CEO of Diversified Technical Services, Inc.
and of TEECO,
company, is negotiating a Strategic Alliance with STC
to provide custom
energy saving devices to upgrade equipment using Sky Train's cutting edge
and energy saving technology.
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Timothy B. Garling,
Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA)
states: "I will tell you that Sky
Train has a reputation as a company that
is serious about the development
of innovative new rail oriented public transit technologies.
Sky Train has
chosen to strictly design, patent, select vendors, and work with the
installations of their rearranged-rail-monorail
throughout the U.S.,
Canada and the world."
John Adams, Jr.,
of "Enterprise Florida has identified you as
one of Florida's
entrepreneurial, innovative companies contributing to our Stated business
Raymond C. Miller, Executive Director,
Hillsborough Area Region Transit Authority, HARTline states: "Your Project with.. MOSI,
.. installing more
intermodal transport as a result of the expandable segment being
proposed.. will also be an Icon for drawing more funds.. "
Joaquin M. Campo, of Kisinger, Campo and
Associates Corp., in a letter to Karl Guenther professes that,
"our company's vision of the future of the Tampa Bay Community
mirrors Sky Train's vision".
Gajjar, CEO of Space Robotics Corporation,
Tucson, AZ states that,
Sky Train of the future will
accomplish the following general purpose tasks: 1.
Transport astronauts, 2.
Transport payload (food, water, materials, fuel, equipment), & 3. Act
as an inertia capacitor during frequent braking."
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