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Hyperloop One test: World’s first full-size hyperloop test in Las Vegas - TomoNews

LAS VEGAS — Hyperloop One announced last week that it plans to execute a full test within the next three months at Apex Industrial Park in Las Vegas, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

The test run will cover 500 linear meters, said Nick Earle, the company’s senior vice president of global field operations.

“It will levitate, catch the right speed and slow down,” Earle said. “Then what we’ll do, is over the next few months extend that into a few kilometers,” he said.

In May 2016, the company successfully tested its levitating electromagnetic motor on an open air sled, reaching speeds of 116 mph, according to Wired.

Earle also told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that the company is planning to have a full Hyperloop system ready to transport freight by 2020.

The hyperloop is based on the idea by Elon Musk of levitating pods that would travel in near-vacuum tubes at speeds of over 700 mph, powered by an electric propulsion system, according to Wired.

According to Musk’s calculations, a hyperloop trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles would take only 36 minutes, Wired reported.


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Hyperloop One on Wednesday demonstrated the first full-scale propulsion test of a hyperloop system. An approximately 10-foot sled on tracks zipped forward at 116 miles an hour, and crashed into a pile of sand. Photo: AP

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First Public Footage of Hyperloop One's Pod Test | Inverse

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Hyperloop One released this footage on August 2, 2017 of its XP-1 pod being tested in the company's dev-loop tube at its facility in the Nevada desert. The company also announced the pod reached a speed of 192 miles per hour and traveled 1,433 feet.

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Virgin Hyperloop One State 3 Testing | 387 kph (240mph)

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Virgin Hyperloop One completed its third phase of testing, achieving test speeds of 387 kilometers per hour in 500 meters of tube.

Hyperloop One first full scale system test in North Las Vegas

Hyperloop One conducted a full scale system test at their facility in North Las Vegas

700MPH Hyperloop One Development

Hyperloop One, previously known as Hyperloop Technologies, is a company in Los Angeles, California, that is leading the effort to commercialize the Hyperloop for moving passengers and/or cargo at airline speeds at a fraction of the cost of air travel. The concept of Hyperloop transportation was introduced and named by Elon Musk in August 2013, although he is not involved with Hyperloop One.

The Hyperloop uses a linear electric motor to accelerate and decelerate an electromagnetically levitated pod through a low-pressure tube. The vehicle will glide silently for miles at speeds of up to 720 mph (1,000 km/h) with no turbulence. The system is designed to be entirely autonomous, quiet and on-demand (departures every 10–20 seconds) and, as it is built on columns or tunneled underground, eliminates the dangers of at-grade crossings and requires much smaller rights of way than high-speed rail or a highway. Hyperloop One has made substantive technical changes to Musk's initial proposal and chose not to pursue the San Francisco-to-Los Angeles route that Musk envisioned in his 2013 white paper.

The company has raised $160 million and successfully demonstrated its propulsion technology in May 2016 at its test site north of Las Vegas and is currently building DevLoop, its full-system test track. Hyperloop One expects to achieve first flight of the complete system (with levitation, propulsion, pod vehicle, control systems and low-pressure tube) early in 2017. Hyperloop One is developing passenger and cargo system routes in the United States, Finland, the United Arab Emirates, Russia and Switzerland. It is also in early talks with Indian government to build one in India. Its publicly stated goal is to deliver a fully operational Hyperloop system by 2020.

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Hyperloop One's Latest Test Was A Success: Here's Why You Should Be Excited

It was twenty thirteen when Elon Musk first floated the idea of the Hyperloop, releasing a technical white paper detailing his vision for a mass-transit, zero emission alternative to the airplane, road and rail travel. 

While Musk wasn't the first to come up with the idea of traveling in pods which themselves were traveling inside a depressurized tube, Hyperloop Alpha managed to spark the imagination of both engineers and businesspeople alike. 

Now, Hyperloop One, one of two commercial companies trying to make Hyperloop travel a reality, has successfully completed a full scale test of a prototype Hyperloop capsule at its DevLoop track north of Las Vegas, Nevada. 

But what does this mean for the future of Hyperloop? What does this mean for the future of fast travel? And why should you be excited about this major success in the Hyperloop's development? 

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Hyperloop One's DevLoop in the Nevada Desert | Inverse

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On Wednesday, July 12, Hyperloop One, the Los Angeles-based transportation startup looking to make Elon Musk's famed 2013 white paper about vacuum-tube transportation a reality, announced it has done it: A successful completion of the world's first full systems Hyperloop test in a vacuums environment, the company declared with a press release.


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Hyperloop One first test (close-up & slow motion)

Hyperloop One, formerly known as Hyperloop Technologies, tested for the first time its novel transportation system prototype in Nevada, on 11 May 2016. The motorized sled will eventually reach 563 km/h, once the test track is completed, and will someday propel a pod through an actual hyperloop tube.


Hyperloop Tested In Nevada Desert

The engineers behind Hyperloop hopes to have a full-scale Hyperloop in service within four years. Juan Fernandez reports.

'Hyperloop One' Reaches Another Milestone

The Hyperloop One successfully completed another test run in the Nevada desert reaching speeds of almost 200 miles per hour.

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Virgin Hyperloop One Unveils High-Tech Passenger Pod in Dubai

Stepping onboard this high-tech passenger pod, visitors to Dubai Motor Show are getting a taste of the future.
Lights glow and screens flash, while the pod supposedly hurtles to top speeds of 1,220 kilometres per-hour (760 miles per-hour).
Virgin Hyperloop One is hoping to wow potential passengers.
A proposed hyperloop track between Dubai and Abu Dhabi would take just 12 minutes, according to Hyperloop One officials.
That's significantly down from the hour-plus journey it now takes by car between the two cities.
What we are showing and what we're indicating here is that this is designed so it's spacious, it gives that passenger comfort, passenger experience, explains Harj Dhaliwal, managing director of Hyperloop One's Middle East and India operation.
What we will have is infotainment systems that will allow you to have tailor-made infotainment experience, information at the fingertips of your hands when you're travelling.
A hyperloop is a mode of cargo and people transportation that involves levitating pods powered by electricity and magnetism that hurtle through low-friction pipes at a top speed of 1,220 kilometres per-hour (760 miles per-hour). Tesla co-founder Elon Musk first proposed the idea in 2013.
Richard Branson, who Forbes Magazine estimates has a net worth of $4 billion USD, became Virgin Hyperloop One's chairman in December 2017.
The company successfully tested a prototype pod in July 2017 at its Devloop in the Nevada Desert. Dhaliwal says they've now completed over 400 tests.
We're the only company in the world that have actually built a full-size test facility, where we've done now over 400 tests, Dhaliwal says.
So, we have proven that the technology works at full-scale. And that facility is just outside Las Vegas. And we continue to invest and develop that facility.
So, this technology is no longer theoretical, it's actually proven and it's there. We've shown the world it can be done.
Hyperloop One is locked in a race with Hyperloop TT, another firm based in Los Angeles, to build the world's first mass transit Hyperloop.
Hyperloop TT announced in April 2018 it planned to build a test track within a 10-kilometre (6.2-mile) property near Abu Dhabi's border with Dubai. They also have deals in place in Ukraine and China.
Dhaliwal says competition is a good thing.
Of course, there is a competition, there's always a competition to be the first in the world. You know, whether it's this technology, whether it's autonomous technology, whether it's AI technology, he says.
We want to be the first, but we've invested hugely to really push this technology because we really believe that here in the Gulf, in India, in the US, we have the ability to connect like never before.
The Dubai International Motor Show runs till 16 November.

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