Universidad de Alcala de Henares | GAiA Hyperloop Team
Do you like feeling? Do you want to know where you are in each second? Our Gaia Hyperloop pod is designed using lightweight materials and high speeds induced by a linear induction motor, where there is no contact with the floor thanks to a method of a passive rotary inductrack and a Halbach array of magnets to generate magnetic levitation.
Universität Oldenburg/HS Emden-Leer | HyperPod
With a design inspired by the Peregrine Falcon, HyperPod was developed for high performance. Low energy consumption and high speeds are no longer contradictory ideas with a futuristic aerodynamic outline and most importantly, contactless movement. Safety and reliability complete the picture rendering HyperPod the key to Elon Musk’s vision.
University of Pisa | Hyperloop Team Pisa
Design of the suspension susbsystem and study of the dynamic behavior of the pod. The study investigates the influence of the main design parameters on comfort and holding, from the analysis of the classical passive suspension system applied to the Hyperloop case to the application of controlled active suspensions.
University of Pretoria | TUKS Squadra
Pod consists of an air compressor which feeds air to outlet valves which provide lateral control by horizontal interaction with the aluminum guide rail. Propulsion and levitation is provided by Arx Pax hover engines which are mounted to a bespoke active mounting bracket.
University of North Texas | North Texas Hyperloop
Our Capsule will be a passenger or freight carrying vessel marketed for intercity travel between urban hubs. Air is collected from the nose of the capsule, compressed, and directed downward through the skis which provide levitation. Mechanical brakes will be used to slow speeds.