For the fourth year running, the Spanish company has renewed its sponsorship agreement and will be supporting the team of students from the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV) at the 4th Hyperloop Pod Competition this July.
Attract the future
ISTOBAL sponsors the Hyperloop UPV team, consisting of students of the Spontaneous Generation Programme of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV). The team is developing a train prototype powered with 100% renewable energy and travelling at more than 1,100 km/h. Together with the University of Purdue (Indiana), the team has been selected from 300 universities worldwide to participate in the international competition promoted by Elon Musk, to develop Hyperloop, the so-called fifth means of transport.
With this partnership, ISTOBAL fosters innovation and research at universities, and supports talented young people working in revolutionary and innovative projects like this supersonic and environmentally-friendly railed vehicle that will change mobility for good.
The Spanish company renews, for a third consecutive year, the sponsorship with the Spanish representative team in the international competition arranged by SpaceX to develop this revolutionary means of transportation.
In today’s post we give the floor to Juan Vicén, Cofounder and Communications Lead at Hyperloop UPV, who tells us first-hand about the experience of the team in the Hyperloop Pod Competition.
ISTOBAL sponsors the student team of the Polytechnic University of Valencia. Together with the University of Purdue (Indiana), the team is building a prototype for Hyperloop, the so-called fifth mode of transportation.
The UPV team has been selected from 300 universities around the world to participate in the Hyperloop Pod Competition organised by SpaceX.
As partners of Hyperloop UPV, ISTOBAL follows the steps of the students of Valencia Polytechnic University closely. The team competes with the best universities in the world in creating the train of the future.
The team is trying to find support from companies like ISTOBAL to turn a new supersonic means of transport fuelled by 100% renewable energy into a reality.