We’re (mostly) engineers at Hyperloop One, and we’re back for round 2. Ask us anything!
EDIT: WE ARE DONE FOR THE DAY! THANKS FOR THE QUESTIONS, AND WE'LL BE BACK ON REDDIT SOMEDAY SOON.
We work at Hyperloop One, the L.A. startup bringing the Hyperloop to reality.
Hyperloop is the first new major mode of transportation in 100 years. It’s designed to be safe, energy efficient, and reliable. It will take you directly to your destination at speeds of up to 700 mph, above land or underground. Here’s a video on how it works.
We just completed two successful rounds of full-systems testing at our DevLoop site in Nevada, breaking some speed records and unveiling our XP-1 pod. We’re sure you have tons of questions about our progress, so we’re making a Reddit re-appearance.
Answering your questions, we have:
- Sandhya Jetti,Sr. Electrical Engineer
- Brian Towle, Lead Pod Engineer
- Ryan Okerson, Design Engineer
- Jett Ferm, Tooling Engineer
- Tanay Manjrekar, Electrical Engineer
- Tony Galecki, Embedded Systems Engineer
- Aaron Giddens, Electrical Engineer
- Divakar Singamsetty, Design Engineer
- Helen Durden, Structural Analysis Manager
- Rob Ferber, VP- Chief Engineer
- Kim Galecki, Power Product Mechanical Manager
- Brandon Kluzinak, Civil Infrastructure Manager
- Ismaeel Babur, Civil Engineer
- Irfan Usman, Levitation Manager
- Dan Katz, Transportation Policy Counsel
- Sara Luchian, Senior Business Strategist
- Casey Handmer, Levitation Engineer
- Matt Matsumoto, Sr. Manufacturing Engineer
- Kyle Wall, Director of Software Engineering
- Dapeng Zhang, Transportation Economist