We create computational tools and models to evaluate a full-scale system, providing inputs for those defining decisions in our design process.
We are building a scalable 24 meter long full-scale demonstrator to validate our design and to procure data for our models and for future iterations.
We analyze the potential impact of our system taking into consideration financial, market, environmental and safety aspects.
As a joint program of the Technical University of Munich and NEXT Prototypes e.V., TUM Hyperloop combines the expertise of the professors and scientific staff with the ingenuity and motivation of the students.
All working together to make ultra-high-speed ground transportation a reality.
TUM Hyperloop has a long tradition of developing and building advanced prototypes.
Over the course of the last half decade the team has won each edition of the international SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition with the fastest pod, while also testing key technologies needed for the development of ultra-high-speed ground transportation.