Concrete tube for Europe’s first passenger-size hyperloop demonstrator nears completion
At the TUM Hyperloop test site south of Munich construction wraps up on the first full-scale concrete tube that may well define the future of passenger transport in Europe and the world. The TUM Hyperloop Demonstrator This 24-meter-long, 4.2-meter-wide concrete cylinder is the central component of the hyperloop demonstrator being developed by the TUM Hyperloop program at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) with the support of the Bavarian government. “Our mission is to develop the technology for ultra-fast, emission-free, and effortless connections between mobility hubs.”, says Gabriele Semino, the Project Lead of the program. Having come a long way since the program was initiated in 2020, TUM Hyperloop has made significant headway in the development of their hyperloop concept, all leading up to the current project phase.
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