Some great takeaways!
On December 6th the non-profit organization Hyperloop Advanced Research Partnership (HARP) organized a conference in New York City. The title of the conference was The Hyperloop: Promises and Challenges. There were 75 attendees — the meeting was sold out.
Most of the meeting, which was chaired by HARP’s President, Dane Egli, consisted of a panel discussion followed by a question and answer session. Panel members were:
- Sebastien Gendron, CEO & Co-founder of TransPod Hyperloop
- Rebecca Leonard, President of Hypernet Holding Corporation (HHC)
- Bibop G. Gresta, Chairman & Co-Founder of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT)
- Rick Geddes, Professor of Policy Analysis, Cornell University & Director of the Cornell Program in Infrastructure Policy (CPIP)
As many readers of this blog know I started to look into the feasibility of hyperloop in order to find out if this new technology could create an end run around the problems to do with our…
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