Transportation Network System Division

to adopt knowledge emerging from all over the world


It’s our endeavor to provide high quality Transportation Network Systems to the society. Tenaci group as a policy has its objective to adopt knowledge emerging from all over the world which facilitates human movement in the most safe and environmentally friendly way.

We study such sciences and try our level best to bring it to India. The management is highly impressed with the Prime Ministers Make in India Program, thus, it not only adopts the technology but also brings the manufacturing facilities to India.


Tenaci is presently involved with one of the best technologies in the world. ROADCEM for construction of roads from The Netherlands .

Mobility has been key to human evolution. It has helped mankind to form civilizations, it has provided essential support to fulfill its basic needs like food, sheltering and carrying etc. Historians and Resrachers such as Jesse H Ausubel and Cesare Marchetti  have said

“With the researched framework, we can begin to interpret the world of movement and the geography that forms its substrate. A person traveling by foot covers about 5 km in an hour. With a 1-hour travel budget to go and return home, a pedestrian’s territory would have a radius of 2.5 km and, thus, an area of about 20 kms.

We can define this area as the territorial cell of the individual on foot. Topographic maps until about 1800 (and for much of the world today) showed territory that is tiled with cells of about 20 km2, often with a village at the center. When a village flourishes and becomes a city, the 20- kms territorial cell fills with people. However, its borders are not breached. Numerous examples of belts or walls of ancient cities show that they never exceeded 5 km in diameter”. Human inclination to develop as civilization gave birth to the ideas of inventions and discoveries in the field of Transportation.


Jesse H Ausubel and Cesare Marchetti have said “With the researched framework, we can begin to interpret the world of movement and the geography that forms its substrate. A person traveling by foot covers about 5 km in an hour.

The concept of a basic essential human need to move himself and his accessories from one place to another has over a period of centuries has got converted into a humongous Infrastructure Business.


The Indian scenario shows a high imbalance as one compares the technology growth of road industry versus the growth of the automotive industry which is actually complimentary to each other. As a matter of fact,Indian road construction authorities have rather failed to match the axle loads, the speed of vehicles which operates on its road surfaces.

The reason for this predominantly has been the reluctance of Government Engineering Community to adopt the internationally, world patented and practiced products and technologies prevalent all over the world.

The modern history of road transport also involves the development of new vehicles such as new models of horse-drawn vehicles, bicycles, motor cars, motor trucks and electric vehicles.


The history of rail transportation dates back nearly 500 years, and includes systems with man or horse power and rails of wood (or occasionally stone). This was usually for moving coal from the mine down to a river, from where it could continue by boat, with a flanged wheel running on a rail.

The use of cast iron plates as rails began in the 1760s, and was followed by systems (plateways) where the flange was part of the rail. However, with the introduction of rolled wrought iron rails, these became obsolete.

Modern rail transport systems first appeared in England in the 1820s. These systems, which made use of the steam locomotive, were the first practical form of mechanized land transport, and they remained the primary form of mechanized land transport for the next 100 years.

The history of rail transport also includes the history of its rapid transport and arguably monorail history.


Started with the invention of Santos Dummont, Brazilian born scientist, who created the 14BIS and the very first motor powered airplanes in the world .Humanity’s desire to fly likely dates to the first time man observed birds, an observation illustrated in the legendary stories of Daedalus and Icarus in Greek mythology, and the Vimanas in Indian mythology.

Much of the focus of early research was on imitating birds, but through trial and error, balloons, airships, gliders and eventually powered aircraft and other types of flying machines were invented.

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