A global infrastructure project such as hyperloop can only be achieved when public and private parties cooperate in complementary ways.
The Hyperloop Development Program is a public-private partnership of public sector partners throughout Europe, industry parties, and research institutions dedicated to developing hyperloop as a safe, sustainable and commercially viable mode of high-speed transportation.
Safe, sustainable, high-speed transport for people and goods
Hyperloop is a proposed mode of ground-based, high-speed and sustainable transportation for carrying large volumes of passengers and freight. Hyperloop has the potential to become the most disruptive innovation in transportation since mass commercialization of the aviation industry.
The European Hyperloop Center (EHC) Groningen will be an open testing facility that will provide a home to developers from all over the world to test and validate their hyperloop technologies. It will serve as an R&D center for various activities such as developing safety standards. A place where companies and research institutions can work together to accelerate the realization of the hyperloop.
The HDP has been designed as an inclusive ecosystem where companies and institutions can collaborate equally to accelerate the development of hyperloop.
Ministry of Science and Culture of Lower Saxony and the Province of Groningen sign Letter of Intent along with Hyperloop Development Program Participants indicated support for the creation of an…