The world moves with small initiatives that end up being big ideas.
The car would never have been born without discovering the wheel, the plane would never have been born if we had not wanted to fly.
And Hyperloop has already been born, not only in the minds of university students. It has been born in workshops and in companies, it has been born in institutions. And now it’s time to grow, to implement, to improve.
Thank you for supporting this dream, it is time for you to see the results.
Zeleros’ vision is to become the world’s most scalable Hyperloop system and is preparing the construction of a European Hyperloop development centre in Spain with a consortium of leading industry players, research institutions and investors. The centre will include a high-speed test track and test benches to demonstrate the efficiency of the system and will help to promote at an international scale the creation of a regulatory and standards framework to ensure Hyperloop cross-border interoperability, becoming a global reference in ultra-high-speed mobility.
Supporting the European Hyperloop Week ‘21 is an essential part of Würth Elektronik’s technology partnerships. In order to successfully manage such a project, a great deal of commitment, reliability, teamwork and technical know-how are required and indispensable. These qualities also characterize their everyday work at Würth Elektronik eiSos. They are a proud partner of the EHW ’21 and also of several teams in different countries, and to successfully help shape and enrich the projects with components and individual technical support globally.
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