At Hyper Poland we are developing a technology which enables a quick, phased implementation of hyperloop-inspired transportation technology within railways’ systems (using existing railway corridors and regulations). Hyper Poland’s technology, already in stage one, will enable transportation of goods and people at double the average speed of a conventional railway. We can upgrade existing railway infrastructure to the speed of 415 kph (257 mph) at a very competitive cost.
Hyperloop is a new means of transport that allows people or goods to move at very high speeds based on the concept of sustainable transport. Think of it as a cross between a train and an airplane. It will enable travel between Krakow and Gdansk in 35 minutes, traveling near the speed of sound. The pod moves in a special tube, in which air pressure is as low as it is at an altitude of 10 km, which greatly reduces air resistance. It travels without contact with the tunnel using magnetic levitation and air bearings. Hyperloop is not science fiction. Traveling is a necessity and an essential element of life, and travel modes are becoming increasingly complex and personalized. We spend an increasing amount of time moving around and thanks to the Hyperloop we can become more efficient in the use of our most precious commodity - time.
We have developed a unique technology for a magrail system - a passive magnetic levitation train operating on existing railway tracks at speeds up to 415 kph (257 mph). This hybrid solution allows for the functionality of both the magrail system and conventional trains on the same tracks. This can be subsequently transformed into a vacuum system, hyperrail, with a top speed of 600 kph (373 mph) on existing tracks. Our last step - hyperloop will require new dedicated tracks. These new tracks will enable our vehicles to travel at up to 1,200 kph (746 mph).
We have managed to solve many problems that created technological barriers to the creation of the Hyperloop.Questions and answers
Hyper Poland was incorporated in April 2017. Our student team built, the first in the CEE region, hyperloop vehicle prototype, which was sent to California for tests during the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition II in 2017. Now in 2019, we are building a 1:5-scale test track. By the end of 2022, we plan to implement a pilot scheme in Europe. We have put together an impressive international Advisory Board, including globally renowned experts in logistics, infrastructure, electromagnetism from Poland, Israel, USA, and Lithuania. We have won numerous awards, including BIM for Innovation Award – Build Earth Live, Dubai 2016.meet our team