Hardt and TuTr to Collaborate on European-Indian Hyperloop

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Hardt Hyperloop and TuTr Hyperloop will collaborate on an interoperable hyperloop technology between Europe and India.

European hyperloop technology company Hardt Hyperloop and India’s TuTr Hyperloop recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) under which the companies will collaborate on an interoperable hyperloop technology between Europe and India. The collaboration aims to foster joint efforts in the development, demonstration, de-risking, and deployment of hyperloop technology.

The signing was done during the Dutch Trade Mission to India, in the presence of Mark Harbers, Dutch Minister of Infrastructure and Water Management, and Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Indian Minister of Jal Shakti.

“We are excited to embark on this European-Indian collaboration between hyperloop companies, paving the way for seamless transportation across borders. By emphasizing interoperable hyperloop systems, we aim to reduce barriers to entry and foster a dynamic, innovative industry. Our partnership with TuTr will help expand the adoption of hyperloop technology globally, making high-speed, sustainable transportation more accessible to people around the world,” says Mars Geuze, Co-Founder and CCO, Hardt Hyperloop.

“TuTr Hyperloop has embarked on an Atmanirbhar initiative in the IIT Madras Ecosystem to develop a cost-effective sustainable high speed mobility technology solution for India. We are excited to partner with Hardt on this European Indian Collaboration to create common standards for an interoperable hyperloop system which will ensure that our solution will not only benefit India but can also be deployed across the world,” says Dr. Aravind Bharadwaj, Co-Founder and CTO, TuTr Hyperloop.

“The collaboration between Hardt and TuTr is a positive development. The Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management has been an early supporter of hyperloop technology as an international public-private development. Witnessing the growth of the hyperloop ecosystem is a testament to the power of collaboration required to realize sustainable and groundbreaking transportation solutions like hyperloop,” comments Harbers.

As part of the MoU, both Hardt and TuTr agree to engage in discussions and negotiations in good faith to converge on hyperloop technology. The goal is to develop a roadmap that would result in an operational demonstration route before 2030. This collaboration is expected to accelerate the development of hyperloop technology and bring it closer to commercialization, transforming the future of transportation.


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