Lehigh University | Lehigh Hyperloop
Our Pod design focuses on using a combination of air foil hull aerodynamics, air bearings power by air compressor,
and magnetic propulsion systems to lift the pod and reduce friction and drag resistances to attain maximum
acceleration and speed. Additionally, focusing on end user ease of use and comfort with safety and accessibility
Lodz University of Technology | HyperLodz Team
Our design of the pod is prepared with special emphasis put on safety features of Hyperloop. It responds to scenarios of various emergency situations we have thoroughly analyzed and to psychological aspects of using Hyperloop. It also answers to many questions raised by the skeptics.
Lahore University of Management Sciences | HyperLUMS
The pod utilizes compressed air under a partial vacuum which comes from the already implemented vacuum pumps inside the tube and is stored in cylinders on the pod. This can be used for levitation, braking and propulsion by channeling it through air thrusters which are controlled by an on-board computer.