How does it work?
- Rolling resistance elimination: Hyperloop pods float above the track using magnetic levitation, this significantly reduces rolling resistance compared to traditional wheels.
- Forward movement: The pods are propelled forward using linear electric motors.
- Air drag elimination: The pods travel in a near-vacuum tube, which minimizes air resistance, allowing for high-speed travel with less energy.
European Hyperloop Network
Hyperloop offers unprecedented speed in connecting countries and regions, making international travel faster and more accessible. This enhances cultural exchanges and understanding globally. Additionally, in emergencies like natural disasters, Hyperloop's rapid cross-border transport can significantly improve response times and aid delivery.
Day and Night in the pod
The Hyperloop pod's interior blends modern design with comfort, featuring ergonomic seating, advanced climate control, and large screens for entertainment or outside views. Designed for high-speed travel, it ensures a smooth, quiet journey for passengers. The Hyperloop pod mimics day and night light to give you the feeling that you are outside. If you want to know more about the design, visit our Design research page.
A Hyperloop station
Hyperloop stations feature futuristic, efficient designs with a focus on smooth passenger flow and quick boarding. They offer comfortable waiting areas, digital information displays, and eco-friendly elements like solar panels. They ensure a seamless travel experience. If you want to know more about the design, visit our Design research page.