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Seoul to Pusan in 20 minutes, as opposed to three hours.

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Imagine near-supersonic travel from Bratislava to Brno, or from Seoul to Busan.

HTT wants to create an international connection, but Korea wants to develop hyperloop first.

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"Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads."

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HTT's hyperloop could use augmented reality windows; Hyperloop One is ready to move stuff.

An example of how the two different Hyperloop companies are approaching their task can be seen in a new video and a new agreement.

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Nobody tell Marvel's lawyers.

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has announced a new technology that uses sensors that monitor stability, temperature and integrity of its pods.

How well do you know HTT and H1? And then what about AECOM?

When you compare the status of Hyperloop One and Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, you see that they're both moving along fine, but in different ways.

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Hyperloop Transportation Technologies plans to a form of passive repulsion technology to make its pods cheaper and easier to maintain.

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Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has signed a deal with the government of Slovakia to explore building a three-country Hyperloop.

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has signed deals to take Elon Musk's wild transportation idea to the next level.

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Work Continues By Hyperloop Transportation Technologies

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies intends to build a five-mile circuit next year as the centerpiece of a planned community in California. The short course wouldn't allow for the high speeds that could be possible from a longer design, but it allows the company to work out pod designs.

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The outlandish Hyperloop, from the brain of Elon Musk, is getting some real-world traction thanks to the Hyperloop Transportation Technologies and a new "crowdstorm" document describing how it could work.

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The Hyperloop looks like it's going beyond hypothetical design and turning into something that could actually ferry passengers from San Francisco to Los Angeles in one hour. A new company, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Inc., has been launched and is being co-led by former director of mission operations for SpaceX, Dr. Marco Villa, and Dr. Patricia Galloway, who has an impressive science and engineering background.