We're on Display at the Swiss Museum of Transport

Swisspod Team
April 25, 2022

Swisspod is proud to become a partner of the Swiss Museum of Transport in Lucerne, and contribute to its impressive collection, by showcasing the latest Hyperloop technology advancements and providing an exclusive glimpse into tomorrow's world of transportation. The exhibition is dedicated to spotlighting the most innovative transportation projects currently being developed throughout Switzerland and provides a unique opportunity to witness the future of mobility firsthand.

Visitors will learn more about Hyperloop, and what makes this new, ultra-fast mode of transportation more efficient and sustainable than any current transportation modes. They will also discover how Switzerland became a landmark on the Hyperloop technology market - from EPFL's award-winning participation in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition to the unveiling of the world's first infinite Hyperloop testing infrastructure in Lausanne. Through captivating visual renders of the Hyperloop stations and pods, created by Swisspod's Industrial Design team, visitors will also experience a glimpse of the Hyperloop travel experience.

In addition, the exhibition showcases two cutting-edge Hyperloop pods from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich (ETH Zürich) that have earned international recognition for their exceptional engineering and design. The award-winning pod from EPFLoop, EPFL's team that participated in the Hyperloop Pod Competition, earned the Best Engineering Award and achieved third place for Speed in 2018.

The Swiss Museum of Transport will present the exhibition dedicated to cutting-edge mobility projects at a significant moment in the history of transportation in Switzerland. This year marks the 175th anniversary of Swiss railway transport, and the museum has prepared an exciting program that celebrates the nation's engineering excellence in the transportation sector, highlighting the latest innovations in mobility technology. This exhibition is a tribute to Switzerland's legacy of transportation innovation and a fascinating glimpse into the future of mobility.