HYPERLOOP ONE GLOBAL CHALLENGE
25 people make up PrimeX HOGC, a team with which we are immersed in a global competition that challenges participants to submit an assessment and impact study on the implementation of Hyperloop technology on a specific route. The biggest challenge is to demonstrate its feasibility in economic, political and social terms.
We are one of the 11 finalists from among 2,600 projects submitted to the competition
HOW TO PARTICIPATE:
OUR ADDED VALUE
This project could mean reducing the time it takes to get from Madrid to Tangier, from four hours to one hour, and unite the old European continent with a continent full of new possibilities. Our team has received support and tutoring from the Ministry of Development, the Ministry of Environment and the Department of Transport, Property and Infrastructure of the Community of Madrid, the Moroccan Embassy and the Al Akhawayn University.
Along with other finalists, our PrimeX HOGC team is exploring the details of the proposal with models, maps, interpretations, talks and videos, which are being reviewed by Virgin Hyperloop One’s transport, technology, economy and innovation experts.
Our proposal is to take advantage of Hyperloop technology to unite two continents: Europe and Africa. The route would connect Madrid and Tangier in 1 hour. We aim to demonstrate how this revolutionary means of transport can boost a country’s economic growth and create new development opportunities.
MAY 15, 2016
Projects start up
JULY 19, 2016
Meeting Consejería Transportes Comunidad de Madrid
JANUARY 6, 2017
Announcement of the semi-finalists
SEPTEMBER 13, 2016
Meeting with Subsecretario fomento
FEBRUARY 10, 2017
The team met up tith SEITT
MARCH 2, 2017
The team met up with the Ambassador of Morocco
The team set out to seek sponsors
MARCH 27, 2017
Meeting with INECO
MARCH 30, 2017
Meeting with MAPAMA
ACCIONA confirms its sponsorship to the team
“Show case” in Amsterdam
14 September 2017
Finalist team at Global Challenge
Our team has received support and tutoring from the Ministry of Development, the Ministry of Environment and the Department of Transport, Property and Infrastructure of the Community of Madrid, the Moroccan Embassy and the Al Akhawayn University.