The proposed route between Mumbai and Pune could cut travel time from over three hours to 25 minutes.
The Hyperloop would transport travelers in underground pods at speeds up to 700 mph. According to a tweet from Elon Musk, he's received "verbal" government approval to build it, but there will still likely be challenges ahead.
Elon Musk promises the Hyperloop will get commuters from NYC to DC in 29 minutes. But the project still has a long way to go.
For the last four years, tech junkies have been obsessed with the Hyperloop, a revolutionary mode of transportation that
Picture the commute of the future: You live in Palo Alto, Calif., but work 350 miles away in Los Angeles. After your morning
Hyperloop is safer because we don't build at-grade. We're either on columns or underground, reducing the risk of collisions
If you're not familiar with Hyperloop One, consider what it would be like to travel on the ground at 760+ mph (faster than a jet airplane).
The Hyperloop could well be a game-changer, albeit a possibly expensive game-changer--possibly much more expensive than currently
System could one day transport people at speeds of more than 700 mph.
As of today, HTT has nearly 4000 followers and a global workforce of 500 professionals, mostly working part-time (without
I think that a lot of people are scared about the global macro situation, and I am as well - for the first time ever we have all these zero to flat interest rates around the world and a very correlated global economy where governments are all printing lots of money at once. Assets all inflated then all went down.
What do we know about the future? It will be sleek and streamlined; the Internet will be faster; Elon Musk will be king; and we'll all travel in pods.
Elon Musk is supposedly building a test track for Hyperloop -- his futuristic high-speed transportation system that would
Hyperloop CEO Dirk Ahlborn told The Huffington Post that the wide potential price range is due to the unpredictability of
Serving Customers Government has been able to go a very long time without significant innovation. However now is the time
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He said, "well, it has to go 150 miles out of its way so it can stop in Bakersfield and Fresno." I said, "well, you are making
For every missed opportunity at the international level, there are countries, states, cities and individuals stepping up to do more.