Hyperloop brings airplane speeds to ground level, safely. Passengers and cargo capsules will hover through a network of low-pressure tubes between cities and transforming travel time from hours to minutes. HyperloopTT builds its system around reducing friction and increasing efficiency.
Passengers and goods will travel in pressurized capsules floating on a frictionless magnetic cushion within the tubes at maximum speed of 1,223 km/h. Capsules are powered by a linear induction motor, an electromagnetic propulsion, and embedded rechargeable batteries. As a result, the system is silent and emission-free.
The HyperloopTT system consists of large tubes that will primarily be built on pylons, with some ground level and underground segments as needed. The elevated system results in lower the cost of land acquisition, makes it impervious to weather conditions, resilient to earthquakes, eliminates the possibility of collision with road traffic, and will provide eco-opportunities.
As part of the journey, the station has a crucial impact on the passenger. HyperloopTT created a next generation station design to integrate transit with the local environment. The HyperloopTT station is also energy-efficient, creating a transit hub for the community and most importantly an urban center.
HyperloopTT is a global team comprised of more than 800 engineers, creatives and technologists in 52 multidisciplinary teams, with 40 corporate and university partners. HyperloopTT has 39 unique patents and has signed 8 government agreements.
Global approach, local action. HyperloopTT has headquarters in Los Angeles, offices in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, UAE; Bratislava, Slovakia; Toulouse, France; and Barcelona, Spain. HyperloopTT also has operation centers all over the world across all disciplines.
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