Hyperloop Transportation Technologies unveiled at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, their upcoming first track.
On the Hyperloop TT, passengers and goods will travel in pressurized capsules floating on a frictionless magnetic cushion within the tubes.
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.
Our capsules are engineered and designed to create a safe and harmonious environment for the passengers, with customized interior for use-based experiences. Each capsule is 30 meters in length and can carry 28 to 40 passengers. Our system is designed for capsule departures every forty seconds and a maximum speed of 1,223 km/h. Our system is capable of moving 164,000 passengers a day on one line at full efficiency.
HyperloopTT’s technology breakthrough is a next generation passive magnetic levitation system. It’s called Inductrack. Magnets arranged in a Halbach array configuration enable passive levitation over an unpowered but conductive track.
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