This website uses cookies for reasons of functionality, convenience, and statistics. If you require further information and/or do not wish to have cookies placed when using the site, visit privacy policy.
Menü
background
This website uses cookies for reasons of functionality, convenience, and statistics. If you require further information and/or do not wish to have cookies placed when using the site, visit privacy policy.

Hyperloop 4.0 – the journey continued

TUM Hyperloop (formerly WARR Hyperloop) once again participated in the competition to find the fastest pod

In 2013, Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX, PayPal and Tesla, introduced the Hyperloop – an innovative transportation concept consisting of a high-speed train "fired" through a tube. At present, our future mobility needs and environmental protection requirements are no longer being met. The aim of the new transport system is to link major cities. For example, the journey time between Munich and Berlin could be reduced from its current length of four hours to around 35 minutes. The competition between university teams from around the world to develop the fastest pod was already entering its fourth round. The TUM Hyperloop team, which comprises students from the Technical University of Munich (TUM), was taking part again this year and could build on its previous successes. Like before, the competition was being judged on speed. Learn here how toolcraft helped to achieve the aim.

Click here for the Videos.