A typical project will include:
An Architectural & Engineering (A&E) firm designing and engineering the entire system.
A Civil Engineering firm designing the steel guideways
A construction company putting it all together.
Swift supplying the vehicles and the controls and ensuring compliance with local code requirements
Swift providing continued operations and maintenance support for three to five years at a minimum.
Four suggested installation scenarios::
Technology Supplier - Swift supplies the coaches, bogies and control/ communications for a project. Swift
provides the specifications for the fixed guideway to the structural steel contractor.
APM Supplier - Swift partners with an A&E/infrastructure contractor to design and build the automated people
APM Service - Swift partners with the property owner to design, build, operate and maintain the automated
people mover. .
Concession - Swift partners with an A&E/Infrastructure contractor and a financial resource to provide "Transit
as a Service" on a long-term contract.