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Swisspod has joined the joint initiative with the European Commission to accelerate the safe development of Hyperloop systems throughout Europe.
The EPFL spin-off joined the European Commission’s initiative with other Hyperloop startups from Europe & the United States, as well as leading European space & transportation agencies including ESA, EASA & ERA. This collaboration will focus on defining a regulatory roadmap for the new fully electric mode of transportation, part of the EU’s wider effort of making Europe climate neutral by 2050.
“Safety is our top priority- risks are identified and mitigated by our engineering team as a basis to our Pod design. We are proud to be part of the Hyperloop community and look forward to our next working group meetings. I believe that this cooperation will result in high standards to ensure the safe transportation of Hyperloop passengers and cargo in the future.” Denis Tudor, Swisspod CEO and Co-founder.
This initiative is shared with the Shift2Rail Joint Undertaking, Europe’s leading public-private partnership for rail innovation aiming to massively reduce congestion and CO2 emissions in European cities.