It has been made official today that Canadian and European hyperloop companies have formed an international partnership to define, establish, and standardize the methodology and framework to regulate vacuum-based hyperloop travel systems. As per the announcement, the partnership comprises of TransPod from Canada, with offices in Italy and France, Hardt Hyperloop from the Netherlands, Zeleros Hyperloop from Spain, and Hyper Poland.
Hyperloop enters a new phase
With this joint agreement, the development of the hyperloop has entered a new phase. The partnership is open to all industry executives, research institutes, regulatory bodies, and governments who are willing to commit to the obligations, including discussions, research, practices, and policies.