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Hyperloop and rail freight: the logistics of the future

Image: © NevomoNevomo

The possibility of applying hyperloop and hyperloop-inspired technology to rail freight is being explored by an increasing amount of organisations. The need for faster trains and faster operations is causing the industry, especially in Europe, to collaborate with hyperloop and hyperloop-inspired projects. How do these technologies work and what can they mean for rail freight? This and more will be discussed in the upcoming RailFreight Webinar.

The webinar starts on Thursday 13 April at 15:00 (CET). Joining us online will be Kacper Koniarski, Product Management Director & Co-founder at Nevomo, and Giacomo Pareschi, Sustainable Transport Engineer at EuroTube. You can register for the webinar for free here.

What would be the main benefits of implementing these technologies in the rail freight industry? How can different initiatives be integrated? What are some of the current obstacles to this implementation? These will be among the main questions that will be analysed with our guest speakers during the webinar. Viewers will be able and welcome to interact via the online chat with questions that will be read during a Q&A after the main discussion.

Image: © EuroTube.

Author: Marco Raimondi

Marco Raimondi is an editor of RailFreight.com, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

1 comment op “Hyperloop and rail freight: the logistics of the future”

bönström bönström|13.04.23|10:30

So far however, mainstream supply chains, have learned, that
those modes reliable, those robust, are handsomely rewarded, by willingly paying clients – and vice versa…
(Fact that railways has “missed the train” shall not be hidden by fancy clouds!)
A New Old Railway, a sustainable, is needed – in “logistics of future”!

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Hyperloop and rail freight: the logistics of the future

Image: © Nevomo Nevomo

The possibility of applying hyperloop and hyperloop-inspired technology to rail freight is being explored by an increasing amount of organisations. The need for faster trains and faster operations is causing the industry, especially in Europe, to collaborate with hyperloop and hyperloop-inspired projects. How do these technologies work and what can they mean for rail freight? This and more will be discussed in the upcoming RailFreight Webinar.

The webinar starts on Thursday 13 April at 15:00 (CET). Joining us online will be Kacper Koniarski, Product Management Director & Co-founder at Nevomo, and Giacomo Pareschi, Sustainable Transport Engineer at EuroTube. You can register for the webinar for free here.

What would be the main benefits of implementing these technologies in the rail freight industry? How can different initiatives be integrated? What are some of the current obstacles to this implementation? These will be among the main questions that will be analysed with our guest speakers during the webinar. Viewers will be able and welcome to interact via the online chat with questions that will be read during a Q&A after the main discussion.

Image: © EuroTube.

Author: Marco Raimondi

Marco Raimondi is an editor of RailFreight.com, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

1 comment op “Hyperloop and rail freight: the logistics of the future”

bönström bönström|13.04.23|10:30

So far however, mainstream supply chains, have learned, that
those modes reliable, those robust, are handsomely rewarded, by willingly paying clients – and vice versa…
(Fact that railways has “missed the train” shall not be hidden by fancy clouds!)
A New Old Railway, a sustainable, is needed – in “logistics of future”!

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