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MagRail Booster technology will be installed on GATX Rail Europe supplied freight wagons and tested on rail infrastructure equipped with the system's trackside devices.
Seven companies have teamed up to form The Hyperloop Association, the first global association within the hyperloop industry.
'FluxJet' - a fully electric vehicle that is a hybrid between an aircraft and a train - capable of speeds over 1,000km/h, has been unveiled by TransPod.
After forming partnerships with EUREF-Campus Düsseldorf and the University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Nevomo has begun its international expansion.
The video shows a passenger journey that is "distinct to Virgin Hyperloop", with decades of expertise from various industries utilised to create the end experience.
Despite the pandemic, 2020 brought a lot of success in accelerating hyperloop technology. But, before hyperloop vehicles can gather speed, the possibility of using magnetic levitation on existing railway infrastructure is being explored. Przemyslaw Paczek, CEO & Co-founder at Nevomo, explains more about a 'magrail' solution and asks the question…
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Marking transportation history, two Virgin Hyperloop colleagues have become the first humans to travel safely in a hyperloop pod during a test stage of the project.
The development of the Hyperloop Certification Center in West Virginia will bring significant investment, jobs and economic growth to the region.
As the first of its kind, the new guidance document places the U.S. one step closer to the development of hyperloop across the country.
Hyperloop has been recognised in official U.S. Code for the first time, representing a step forward to its potential commercial deployment.
Spain’s Zeleros has completed a financing round worth more than €7 million to start a new and important phase in the development of its unique version of hyperloop, the 'fifth mode of transport'.
After surpassing the original target, Hyper Poland will now be able to further develop its European magnetic rail system solution.
The funding will enable Hyper Poland's testing and development of the next generation of high-speed railways, based on magnetic levitation.