We would like to thank our partners. Together we built the great event that happened last July 2023 in Edinburgh.
We helped to connect students, researches and industry leaders and by providing a space to discuss Hyperloop related ideas.
Our EHW’23 supporters
The University of Edinburgh has stood proudly for 436 years and continues to be a beacon of excellence for generations to come. University of Edinburgh is a world-leading research-intensive university, attracting the world’s best minds and building innovative global partnerships for research, teaching, and impact. We strongly believe that they share our vision of “Fostering innovation through collaboration”.
The School of Informatics at University of Edinburgh was created in 1998. It is a leading research and educational institution focusing on informatics, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, computer science and software engineering. Its mission is to address 21st-century challenges and benefit society by providing high-quality education and conducting impactful research. The School of Informatics is recognized as one of the top computer science and informatics departments in the UK, with world-leading research impact and environment. Its research, education, and knowledge exchange activities have an influence on the global academic community, policy and society, industry and businesses, their local community and individuals.
HCI Skills Gateway is a company based at Edinburgh Napier University, which takes part in the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal. As a member of this programme, its aim is to deliver clear, integrated and inclusive progression routes into construction careers.
Founded in 2020, HCI Skills Gateway makes a huge impact on the future of housing, construction and infrastructure, by building inclusive and sustainable construction careers. As part of their work, we can highlight their emphasis on closing the knowledge and skills gaps for net zero construction, addressing historical exclusion from construction leadership and nurturing new talent to change the construction culture. .
Erciyas is a diversified industrial conglomerate that has been operating since 1989 and has a presence in over 90 countries, developing solutions and products for pipelines, railways, energy, e-mobility and transportation industry.
The largest company within the Holding, Erciyas Steel Pipe, is Europe’s leading manufacturer in the form of spiral welded large-diameter mass production. The conglomorate; also consists of region’s one of the biggest railway wagon manufacturing and maintenance company. It is steadily growing by innovative investments in renewable and clean energy companies and, Holland’s fastest growing micromobility company and e-bike supplier.
Erciyas has been actively engaged with major Hyperloop development companies and provided infrastructure and intellectual support for young people to compete and contribute to technology and science.
Adolf Würth founded the Würth Group, of which Würth Elektronik is part of, in 1945. The Würth Group employs over 80.000 employees in more than 80 countries as one of the leading companies in assembly and fastening materials, screws and tooling.
With 23 production locations worldwide, Würth Elektronik is one of the most successful companies of the Würth Group.
Würth Elektronik operates internationally with its three company areas in various markets: electronic & electromechanical components, circuit boards, intelligent power and control systems.
Lumo is a new travel service that operates on the East Coast of the UK between London and Edinburgh. With their 100% high-speed electric trains, they provide a cost-effective and comfortable alternative to flying. By digitizing and offering over 50% plant-based menus, they make it easier to recycle wasted food and avoid unnecessary paper usage. Not only is sustainability a core value of Lumo, but they also attach great importance to the well-being of their customers and aim to provide a great traveling experience for everyone through a holistic design of their trains and services. The brand name “Lumo” is derived from the combination of “luminosity” and “motion,” which reflects their fresh thinking, innovation, and the essence of travel.
EuroTube is a Swiss non-profit research organisation recognised in Switzerland as a research institute of national importance. EuroTube focuses their energy on becoming Europe’s leading knowledge hub for hyperloop and making the infrastructure ready for deployment first in test tracks and later, in hyperloop networks.
On this mission, EuroTube wants to equally involve governments, universities and industry. They are building a startup enablement ecosystem for sustainable transport technology and empower young engineers to disrupt the way people move on our planet.
Zeleros is the Spanish company leading the development of a hyperloop system to move at 1000km/h with 0 direct emissions and carrying up to 200 passengers. Zeleros’ unique technologies integrated in the vehicle enable the implementation of scalable hyperloop routes, drastically reducing the cost/kilometer of infrastructure and operating at safer pressures.
Co-founded in 2016 by graduates from UPV after being awarded at the SpaceX’s (Elon Musk) competition in USA, Zeleros mobilizes +180 people worldwide, working with renowned industrial players like Acciona, Capgemini-Engineering, Red Electrica de España or Renfe, to bring hyperloop to reality within a decade.