Listen: Dissecting the Hype Behind Hyperloop with Gareth Dennis of Permanent Rail Engineering

 

The Hyperloop transit system has been turning everyone’s heads since 2013, and as test runs continue, the world is waiting to see where the company will build its first route. However, the transportation technology is far from complete. Gareth Dennis, Senior Engineer for Permanent Rail Engineering, comes on the podcast to explain some of the major gaps Hyperloop still needs to fill before it’s viable, and what he thinks transportation investors and innovators could be investing their time and money into instead.

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