HYPERLOOP – The next transport revolution?



The Transport Systems Catapult
170 Midsummer Boulevard
Milton Keynes


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04/10/2018 - 9:30 am


04/10/2018 - 3:30 pm

The Transport Systems Catapults (TSC) would like to invite you to their “Hyperloop – The next transport revolution?” conference.

You will hear first-hand from leading Global Hyperloop experts on how this technology could revolutionise future transport and how the UK can accelerate the global roll out.

Agenda (Subject to change)

Session 1 – The Next Transport Revolution?

Featuring a presentation from Bibop Gresta Chairman and Co-Founder of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Ltd

Venn Chesterton,
Ultra Low Emission Vehicle Lead,
Innovate UK

Kelvin Davies,
Lead Technologist – Rail,
Innovate UK

Paul Buchanan,

Session 2 – Panel Discussion “Opportunities for UK in Hyperloop Development”

Featuring  discussions with:

Professor John Miles,
Group Board Director,

Alan Nettleton,
Senior Technologist,
Transport Systems Catapult

Mike Hinton,
R&T Partnerships Consultant,
High Value Manufacturing Catapult

Simon Case,
Managing Consultant,
PA Consulting

Adam Anyszewski,
Product Architect,
Continuum Industries (formerly Hyp-Ed)

Session 3 – ‘”Hyperloop in the UK – Current State of Play”

Featuring speakers from

Adam Anyszewski,
Product Architect,
Continuum Industries (formerly Hyp-Ed) (www.continuum.industries)

Rupert Cruise,
Managing Director,

Phill Davies,
Commercial Director,

Dr. Roger Miles,
Managing Director
Mole Solutions

The event will also feature a new report from the Transport Systems and High Value Manufacturing Catapults entitled “Hyperloop – opportunities for UK Supply Chain”

More details will be added to the agenda in the run up to the event.

If you have any queries, please contact us at events@ts.catapult.org.uk.

Book your ticket early. This event will be heavily subscribed!

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