Abu Dhabi's Hyperloop capsule has left the assembly facility in Spain and has been taken to Toulouse, France, where it will be tested. As soon as it arrives in Toulouse, it will be put in a tube and then the system will be tested with the first passenger. The capsule will be assembled and optimised in Toulouse, prior to use in the Emirates with the goal of eventually connecting Abu Dhabi to Al Ain and Dubai at unprecedented speeds, safely, efficiently, and sustainably. The cutting-edge technology uses electro-magnetic levitation engineering to carry pods at 1,123 km/hr and is expected to reduce travel times between UAE cities to minutes. Hyperloop is primarily built on pylons, using best practices from civil engineering, including seismic design and ability to withstand thermal expansion. Also, it is completely automated with advanced technologies that only require monitoring from humans. The system is electrically powered, with no need for fuel on board, and is protected from the environment. The first phase of the project involves construction of 10km out of a 150km system between Abu Dhabi and Dubai and is set to be ready next year. Basically, the Abu Dhabi Hyperloop system is right now past the feasibility study.
Project is currently under design stage.
The development is still under design stage.
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