The Future of City Living
The founders of Future Ink dreamed of making city life more convenient and safer in a cleaner environment. The founders wanted safer commutes, shopping conveniences, and far less exhaust pollutants.
How can this be accomplished in cities overwhelmed with traffic?
That answer is their newly proposed city infrastructure by Future Ink. Their website explains what that looks like and how it works. Visit https://futureink.us/
Future Ink’s original plan for an improved city infrastructure was a practical model.
Furthermore, their team consulted professionals to improve upon and pieced together the final version of the eco-infrastructure concept.
Future Ink's city is an encircled area. The city is an ecological enhanced preserve with energy efficient structures, arranged in several groupings throughout. Those building groupings are connected by an elevated monorail system. Enclosed traffic lane sectionals and parking tower sectionals (with 2nd level monorail stations) encircle the unique city model when connected (see Eco-City Product for more details).
Their city ecological infrastructure is built safer in the traffic flow and in the city for inhabitants.
Future Ink calls their original city of the future the Eco-City©.
The Eco-City design further accommodates energy efficient structures & cleaner power-- a perfect alignment of an energy-accommodating infrastructure with energy efficiency.
"Together let's build the Eco-city." Future Ink
Energy empowerment, improved pedestrian protection, and ecological preservation is Future Ink’s vision encapsulated in city grid redesigns.
Future Ink Corp innovates a unique grid platform that reduces city waste and pollutants dramatically over today’s city grid systems. Simply put, a redesigned grid system incorporates their EFI-MANAGEMENT™ system where energy production, usage, and conservation come together perfectly.
Their smart-energy source is either Thorium or Fusion systems. These new energy systems are efficient, environmentally safe, and cost-effective in powering grid systems.
Future Ink manages and coordinates with contractors for their Eco-City project builds.
Future Ink cultivates targeted hiring in the planning and construction of city infrastructure projects.
The Eco-City is a commodity for B2B partners.
Future Ink Sponsors are the company's bottom line.
Also, Future Ink processes specialized project bid orders for construction based on the customer’s desired scope.
The company ushers in a new industry standard for grid systems.
Feature I: The Eco-City Hub (ECH) accommodates energy efficient building groupings in a nature preserve like a nature's parks. The ECH is an area of a circle and has no traffic grid. Three or more building groupings exists. A single building grouping is adjoined by nature trails.
Feature II: The Traffic Flow Ring (TFR) consists of traffic lane sectionals (enclosed) with parking garage sectionals (PGSs) encircling the ECH. With the sectionals connected to form a ring around the ECH, PGS's accommodates monorail stations to the ECH building groupings.
Feature III: The Eco-City Donut (ECD), is the outer eco-area surrounding the TFR with an extended radius of 5 miles or more. The ECD may accommodate a fusion power station, recreation areas, and condominiums areas. The ECD has no traffic grid, except for a single service road throughout.
Beyond the ECD, the outer boundary of the eco-city, may contain residential traffic grids by a 3rd party developer.
Modern traffic-grid configurations of today accommodate traffic everywhere, which has proved to be a tremendous waste of space, commute time, energy, and road maintenance costs.
The risk of auto-to-auto accidents and accidents with pedestrians has greatly increased over the last couple of decades along with exhaust pollutants filling traffic cities.
For over a century a city’s commute infrastructure is established around a traffic-grid system that is structurally unpractical, unsafe, and functionally inert.
By contrast, Future Ink Eco-Cities start with redesigned Infrastructure on a simpler project scale, entailing sensible grid realignments and tower reorganization in a non-sprawl zone.
Their improved infrastructure means no-sprawl waste in planning and implementation.
Addressing the issue of modern infrastructure reorganizing really comes down to sufficient space utilization and traffic redirection around city activity.
Why an Energy City and What it Means for City Occupants
Typically, an energy city makes use of clean energy hardware (solar and wind) to some degree.
The Eco-City by Future Ink has an energy accommodating infrastructure devoid of traffic grid systems.
The Eco-City consists of 3 features: The Eco-City Hub, the outer traffic flow ring, and another eco-area (donut shaped) beyond that.
The Eco-City Hub (ECH) area is a park preserve reconfigured to accommodate many building groupings. And ground nature-pathways are proximity connected to all buildings in each smart grouping. No traffic or traffic grids exists in the ECH.
Future Ink's new infrastructure design demonstrates improved commute functionality in nature. That design is far safer, cleaner, and more convenient than any traffic city environment.
Inbound/outbound motorized traffic is contained in a perimeter-based traffic flow ring (TFR) without dangerous intersections and abrupt turns.
Future Ink innovated a city infrastructural system with more nature and improved symmetry for commute convenience.