I spoke to CEO Rob Lloyd about how Hyperloop One got to today’s 192 mph XP-1 pod speed record, and what happens now, both for further technical testing and from a business perspective.
The next step for the testing facility, aside from increasing speed incrementally until it can reach the top achievable velocity of 250 mph on the current 1620-foot length of test track, is building and… Read More

from iFeeltech IT News Mix4 https://techcrunch.com/2017/08/02/hyperloop-ones-next-step-is-to-test-airlocks-for-pod-entry-and-exit/?ncid=rss

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