Join Hyperloop's chief operating officer Bibop Gresta on how HTT is revolutionizing more than just transportation, but also entrepreneurship and business.
You could be traveling at just under the speed of sound in three years via the Hyperloop, the transportation brainchild of Tesla's boss Elon Musk, according to one company developing the transportation method.
Elon Musk's crazy Hyperloop idea is about to become a reality.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, the first company to bring Elon Musk's vision of a transit system that could take passengers from Los Angeles to San Francisco in under 30 minutes at speeds of around 800 MPH, have begun building test sites for the technologies. You could be traveling on it by 2018.
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