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Suddenly you 
could live anywhere, 
work anywhere, and 
visit anywhere.


Travel is inconvenient and uncomfortable.

Roads and cities are 
congested, current travel 
experience is contemptible, 
air pollution is drastically 
harming human and 
The time to 
transportation and 
bring the world closer 
together is here, and 
rLoop is making 
it a reality


Connecting the world as never before possible

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What is rLoop?

rLoop is a non-profit, open source, online think tank.

Our goal is to democratize the Hyperloop by embracing open source and collaborative design and development. Since our founding, more than 140 members from over 14 countries have rallied behind this concept.

Together we are revolutionizing transportation, and our approach to realizing it is just as revolutionary.

Meet our team
rLoop team

Our Mission

The rLoop competition pod is named rPod, to differentiate from development of our full scale Hyperloop pod.

The rPod needs to perform the mission of safe, cost-effective, and efficient high speed transit over the length of the Hyperloop test track while providing a comfortable cabin for a self-contained flight data recorder and passenger dummy, in order to win the SpaceX Competition.

Mission Objectives

  • To transit at high speeds over the length of the Hyperloop test track.
  • To provide a comfortable cabin for the self contained flight data recorder.
  • To be compatible with the functional capabilities of the Hyperloop.
  • To function within the low-pressure environment of the Hyperloop.
  • To provide a safe design for the competition.
  • To provide an energy efficient means of transportation.
  • To ensure high system maintainability during competition operations.
  • To minimize system cost.
  • To win the SpaceX competition.