Hyperloop as the fastest way to cross the distance of the Earth, slashing journey times between main cities from many hours to a matter of minutes.
This is the story behind the concept that’s about to revolutionise our world. New transportation system looks set to become a part of our everyday lives in the very near future.
You have heard the saying time is money and it is perhaps that’s why we complain about travel how can we get there faster can this experience be better we dream about moving comfortably from place to place in the blink of an eye that’s essentially the dream of the Hyperloop.
Hyperloop was first conceived in 2012 by Tesla and SpaceX
Founder, Elon Musk.
In a white paper released the following year, Musk set out his vision for a futuristic, super high-speed transportation system that would see passenger pods move through a partial vacuum in steel tubes – addressing the two key factors that slow down conventional vehicles: friction
and air resistance. According to Musk, Hyperloop would be useful on Mars as no tubes would be needed because the Mars atmosphere is about 1% the density of the Earth at sea level. For the Hyperloop concept to work on Earth, low-pressure tubes are required to reduce air resistance. However, if they were to be built on Mars, the lower air resistance would allow Hyperloop to be created with no tube, only a track.
The proposed Hyperloop between Dubai and Abu Dhabi will move passengers along the Arabian coast at speeds of up to (1,200 km/hour) in just 12mins.
Hyperloop a luxury fast speed transport system, in the UAE is going to cost approximately Dh1.4 billion to Dh22 billion. It was announced that the supersonic train system will be constructed between Abu Dhabi and Dubai in order to considerably reduce the travel time between the two emirates.
The whole length of the link is estimated to be around 150 kilometres. For the people at Virgin Hyperloop One, it is a message that needs repeating as cities and countries search for the next-generation mass transport solutions.
It seems to be working. The Abu Dhabi- Dubai hyperloop capsule will feature two sections: Gold Class includes seats for five passengers while Silver Class will accommodate 14 commuters. He proposed location of Hyper portal stations from where the pods will depart is near Burj Khalifa in Dubai and Etihad Towers in Abu Dhabi.
The bright idea is to reduce pollution, road congestion and commute time. Residents can access job opportunities not in just one city but across the border country too, without the need to uproot one’s home, family and current lifestyle.
Therefore, this rapid transport technology can change everyone’s lives. Some argue that Hyperloop is destined to remain a billionaire’s pipe dream even so a project of this nature may well produce unintended benefits in design and engineering that could help shape our future.
China leads the world in the amount of high-speed rail constructed by far, and now they are looking for a more efficient high-speed solution in hyperloop, HyperloopTT chairman Bibop Gresta said in a press release.
Hyperloop TT will be responsible for providing technology, engineering expertise, and essential equipment, the company said, without providing further details.
New transportation system looks set to become a part of our everyday lives in the very near future.
Guizhou, one of China’s fastest-growing provinces, has been splurging more than $100 billion on infrastructure upgrades in the last few years. It has become the home for many Chinese and international techs companies, such as Alibaba, Amazon, Huawei and Apple.