FluxJet: Announced to the world in July 2022 in Toronto, Canada.
See first-hand a new breakthrough in Canada for ultra-high-speed ground
transportation to connect cities and address climate change.
Our vision is a world in which people, cities, and businesses are connected with affordable and sustainable ultra-high-speed transportation.
TransPod is building solutions to solve mankind’s biggest upcoming challenge. The way people move is not sustainable. As the population is demanding faster deliveries and faster transport, it is critical to develop new transportation systems capable of moving people fast and clean.
International hyperloop companies kick off the first organization committed to advancing the hyperloop industry toward commercialization.
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Brussels Welcomes The World’s First Hyperloop Association
Seven leading international hyperloop companies have gathered with industry, institutions, and the research community to kick off the first organization committed to advancing the emerging hyperloop industry toward commercialization.
BRITT RADIUS and SITUATED announce agreements to support TransPod
BRITT RADIUS and SITUATED announce agreements to support TransPod in bringing its one-of-a-kind transportation solution from concept to reality.
TransPod Unveils the FluxJet
Groundbreaking Canadian innovation unveiled in Toronto; will enable drastic improvements in carbon footprint, travel time, and ticket price compared to existing transport options
TransPod: $550 million to develop a line in Alberta, Canada.
TransPod achieves critical industry milestone, becomes first tube-transportation company to confirm finance for a multibillion-dollar infrastructure project
Alberta Feasibility Study Results
The TransPod line between Calgary and Edmonton will reach jet speed, with tickets 45% cheaper than a flight.
Medical Ventilator project
TransPod receives the go-ahead from France, Europe, and Canada, to develop and commercialize a medical ventilator.
MoU with the Government of Alberta
The government of Alberta, Canada, supports TransPod's development in the province, for a line between Calgary and Edmonton.
A working group has been created to draft the European regulations for vacuum tube train systems.
Feasibility study Marseille – Nice
A feasibility is conducted for a line between Marseille Airport, Marseille downtown, and Nice airport.
Thailand feasibility study
The first fully public report on a feasibility study has been published by TransPod.
Three industrial partnerships have been signed at the Canadian Embassy in Paris.
The construction permit for the test track in France has been approved.
Agreement with 3 European vacuum tube train companies to collaborate on the regulatory framework in Europe.
Kick-off – Power Converter Project
With the support of France and Canada, TransPod is developping a light-weight and compact power converter with spin-offs for the transportation industry.
TransPod released scientific peer-reviewed publication
Ryan Janzen premiers the paper at the EASD EURODYN 2017 conference, which presents the physics of the TransPod system.
TransPod releases Initial Cost Study
Analysis finds TransPod system will cost 50 percent less and travel four times faster than high-speed rail in Southwestern Ontario.
TransPod opens offices in Canada, France and Italy
TransPod’s operations have expanded to facilitate advanced research and development with partners and experts.
Partnership with IKOS consulting
IKOS' expertise will support the general electrical system, and safety engineering of the TransPod vacuum tube pod.
Angelo investments commits $15 million USD towards the project. TransPod parners with MERMEC, SITAEL and Blackshape.
The TransPod System is unveiled at the InnoTrans Rail exhibition, in Berlin, the largest trade show of the rail industry, where it rapidly draws the attention of seveal industry leaders.
TransPod team forms. Designing a 1000 km/h vehicle, the TransPod team consists of professionnals from aerospace and rail industry.
Our latest study
Results of the feasibility study to bring sustainable transport solutions that could profoundly impact Alberta’s economic landscape.