Jun 12, 2020

This is Hyperloop, The Supersonic Train That Will Reach 1,200 km / Hour Will Arrive In Spain





What will the trains of the future be like? They sure have a shape very similar to the supersonic 'hyperloop' train. This is a project in which a sensorized vacuum tube will reach a speed greater than 1,200 kilometers per hour.

This train of the future is based on an idea by technological visionary Elon Musk, who you will meet for being the founder of PayPal, the space company SpaceX and the high-end electric vehicle company Tesla Motors.Recently, the Valencian startup Zeleros has closed a financing round worth more than 7 million euros to develop its version of hyperloop, the "fifth means of transport, or as they themselves state, " the best alternative for the future to cover efficient and sustainable long-distance routes for the transport of passengers and goods. ”



But let's look at the routes that could be made. For example, a route from Madrid to Paris in just over 1 hour. "Zeleros opens this new stage thanks to the support of companies such as Altran, the Red Eléctrica Group and also of strategic investors at national and international level, including among others Goldacre Ventures (United Kingdom), Road Ventures (Switzerland), Plug and Play ( USA), and the Spanish Angels Capital and MBHA ”.


Funds that will be used to cover the best alternative to efficiently carry out routes between 400 and 1,500km , with a special focus on reducing the cost of infrastructure and safety for passengers.
David Pistoni, Executive Director of Zeleros, comments: “It is key for us to have travel companions of such relevance and experience in our sector. Their support will accelerate the development of technology, driving the viability of hyperloop-based routes and corridors in Europe and globally . ” "These new funds will enable the development and demonstration of our systems in a real operating environment, bringing Zeleros even closer to a multi-million dollar market opportunity that we hope to capture in the next decade." The future of mobility between cities is already a little closer.

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