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TUM Hyperloop Team Learns PCB Design on Way to Setting World Speed Record

Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine | 14th Februrary, 2019

At AltiumLive Munich, I met with Tobias Bobrzik, a Technical University of Munich student and member of the TUM Hyperloop team. Hyperloop is an experimental, open-source mode of high-speed rail transportation created by a joint team of Tesla and SpaceX technologists. In 2015, Tesla’s Elon Musk announced the Hyperloop Pod Competition, which he hopes will pave the way for super-high-speed rail in the future.


SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Contest Winner Hits Record Speed of 467 km/h

Loukia Papadopoulos | 23rd July, 2018

German team WARR Hyperloop won the competition for a third time in a row with a self-propelled pod that reached a speed of 467 kilometers per hour. In 2015, SpaceX launched the Hyperloop Pod Competition asking universities around the world to engineer pod models based on its advanced Hyperloop concept.

TUM Munich team wins 2018 Hyperloop Pod competition

EW Staff | 29th August, 2018

The pod designed and built by the WARR team hit 467km/h, beating its record last year by almost 50% as it took a trophy at the competition for the third consecutive time.

The power performance was increased from 50kW kilowatts to 240kW, or 320hp and it accelerates five times faster than an airplane during take-off with a maximum speed of 600km/h.


Das deutsche Stanford: Wie die TU München zur Schmiede für Millionen-Unternehmen wurde

Hannah Schwär| 26th March, 2019

In der Werkstatt riecht es nach heißem Metall, die Maschinen brummen, ab und zu piept ein Warnsignal. Durch die Fensterfront fällt das Licht auf einen Plexiglas-Kasten, unter dem sich — gehütet wie eine kostbare Skulptur — ein Teststand aus Aluminiumschienen befindet. Auf den Schienen simulieren Florian Janke und sein Team von der Technischen Universität München (TUM) die nächste Mobilitätsrevolution: den Hyperloop.

TUM präsentiert Hyperloop-Vorschläge

18th March, 2019

Für die Entwicklung des künftigen Hochgeschwindigkeits-Verkehrssystems Hyperloop prüft die Technische Universität München (TUM) den Bau von mehreren Teststrecken. TUM-Präsident Wolfgang Herrmann präsentierte Vorschläge für 2 Strecken von je 400 Metern Länge sowie einer 3,5 Kilometer und einer 30 Kilometer langen Route. Die »Bild«-Zeitung hatte am Montag zuerst darüber berichtet.