Did you know that Polish startup ecosystem, with its 3000+ startups, 300+ coworking spaces, 130+ VCs, plenty of acceleration programmes and tech conferences, is one of the most developed in the CEE region?
Despite the pandemic, 2020 brought a lot of success in accelerating hyperloop technology. But, before hyperloop vehicles can gather speed, the possibility of using magnetic levitation on existing railway infrastructure is being explored.
Nevomo, formerly known as Hyper Poland, has completed the first magrail technology tests on a medium-sized track, with a focus on the performance of a linear motor and in mid-2021 the company plans to start full-scale tests. This is a major step towards implementing hyperloop in stages, leveraging existing railway infrastructure.
Although travel has been significantly curtailed during the pandemic, it remains a fundamental part of modern life. Whether getting from point A to point B means a quick trip around town or an extended journey across the planet, today’s travel experience can be complex and energy intense.
Have you ever thought of traveling by train from Warsaw to Berlin in thirty minutes? It may sound unreal, but it is not! Thanks to Nevomo team, traveling fast to a faraway destination can be possible soon.
Hyperloop is a 150-year-old European concept rebooted by Elon Musk. And Europeans have a strong chance of being the first to build it.
Could a hyperloop-inspired railway be on the cards in the near future? NCE reports on Hyper Poland’s three steps to super-fast transport
Today Hyper Poland, an innovative Polish transport startup that we already have had our eye on, has smashed its equity fundraising target of €451K and raised more than half a million euros via a successful campaign on Seedrs