Topic : pod car

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[Video] MIT Hyperloop Intro

Rail| May 16, 2016

We are a team of MIT students building a safe, scalable, and feasible pod for the SpaceX Hyperloop competition. Join our adventure to help shape the future of transportation. Published on Feb 26, 2016

U.K. town to replace buses with driverless pods

Mobility| November 7, 2013
Each pod, which has a battery-powered electric motor, can hold up to two people and their luggage and travels just 12 mph.
Mobility| November 7, 2013

Intro to the Ultra driverless pod car

Ultra pods are a new type of transportation technology, which consists of small, lightweight, driverless electric vehicles running on special-purpose guideways. Ultra pod provides on-demand, non-stop transportation in your own personal vehicle. London's Heathrow airport hosts the world's first Ultra system, which opened for passenger service in April 2011.

For more information, visit www.ultraglobalprt.com

Rail| August 13, 2013

Hyperloop visionary unveils high-speed pod plans

System would transport people via aluminum pods enclosed inside of steel tubes that would travel up to 800 miles per hour.
Rail| May 25, 2010

San Jose, Calif. to invest in pod cars

Mayor Chuck Reed is looking to this technology as a possible traffic solution at a price significantly cheaper than installing an Automated People Mover.

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