The successful approbation of the main units and elements of the first-generation string transport took place at the test site in Ozyory, Moscow Region. However, General Designer Anatoliy Yunitskiy, dreamed this grandiose project to be implemented at home - on the Belorussian land.
And in 2015 it was in the Republic of Belarus where it became possible to establish a test site for the track and the fourth generation rolling stock of the string transport. The land near the city of Maryina Gorka, Minsk region, was chosen as a location for the construction of the EcoTechnoPark.
Almost immediately, the territory of the former tank range, formerly dug by the tracks of combat vehicles, impregnated with oil products, began to change.
Soon after the construction began, the EcoTehnoPark looked completely different: the leveled land, laid fruit gardens and avenues. The pits, from which the soil was taken for the construction, were turned into the decorative ponds with ecosystems. At the same time, the construction of units and tracks of the string transport was in full swing.
Today, the EcoTechnoPark is a clear example of the ecological potential of the PTS Technology, demonstration of rational use of natural resources, application of modern agroecological technologies and creation of zones of ecological farming.