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unimodal

[‚yü·nə′mōd·əl]
(statistics)
Referring to a distribution with only one mode.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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According to Younes, the MoU with skyTran is a milestone in the RTA's efforts to introduce advanced technologies and innovative services in the field of public transport.
According to him, the signing of this MoU with a leading company in the field of suspended transport systems, such as skyTran, is a milestone in RTA's efforts to introduce advanced technologies and innovative services in the field of public transport.
John Cole, CEO of skyTran, commended the tremendous achievements and vital projects accomplished by RTA over few years, rendering Dubai as a global icon.
SkyTran, which has partnered US's NASA and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), has developed breakthrough magnetic levitation technology for implementing personal transportation systems aimed at solving the problem of traffic congestion globally.
employs skyTran's Magnetic Levitation (STML) technology instead of wheels that aims to transport passengers and
SkyTran is a rapid transit system in which lightweight two-person vehicles are suspended from elevated magnetic levitation tracks.
The city recently hired US consultant company Jenkins Gales and Martinez to help speed up the process in building the SkyTran track but no official timetable has been announced, the report added.
The MoU was signed in the presence of Abdul Mohsin Ibrahim Younes, chief executive officer of RTA's rail agency, and John Cole, CEO of Skytran.
SkyTran's technology development has focussed on the creation of Smart Mobility Solutions.
The futuristic-looking system of pods tethered to monorail tracks, which uses magnets to reduce friction, was co-developed by engineers from NASA's Ames Research Center and the privately held SkyTran company, which is aiming to place what it calls a "Physical Internet" in the city.
"We are [working] with an LA-based company called SkyTran to build a new cable car solution," Al Zaabi says.
UAE firm Miral has signed a deal with US-based skyTran - a NASA Space Act company - to develop a personal rapid transport system based on magnetic levitation (maglev).