Sustainable mobility 2/2

7 September 2017.

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Discover the Sustainable Mobility Part 1

CONSTRUCTION SITE OF A SHORT 3 KM TEST TRACK IN THE NEVADA DESERT TO TEST LIGHTWEIGHT PROTOTYPE HYPERLOOP PODS. SOURCE: NEIL WOOD / HYPERLOOP ONE HYPERLOOP IS A HIGH SPEED, INTERCITY TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM WHICH USES PASSENGER AND CARGO CAPSULES INSIDE A REDUCED-PRESSURE TUBE SYSTEM THAT WOULD REACH A TOP SPEED OF 1,300 KM/H.
SOLAR IMPULSE 2 FLYING OVER THE TORRESOL ENERGY’S GEMASOLAR THERMOSOLAR PLANT AFTER TAKING OFF FROM SEVILLE. SOURCE: JEAN REVILLARD / REZO. SOLAR IMPULSE 2 LANDED IN ABU DHABI ON 26 JULY 2016, COMPLETING THE AROUND-THE-WORLD TRIP IN A TOTAL OF 17 STAGES AND 16-1/2 MONTHS; IT WAS THE FIRST CIRCUMNAVIGATION OF THE EARTH BY A PILOTED FIXED-WING AIRCRAFT USING ONLY SOLAR POWER.
THE FIRST EHIGHWAY SYSTEM ON A PUBLIC ROAD OPENED IN JUNE 2016. FOR THE COMING TWO YEARS, A SIEMENS CATENARY SYSTEM FOR TRUCKS WILL BE TESTED ON A HIGHWAY NORTH OF STOCKHOLM. SOURCE: SCANIA / CV AB
PHOTOVOLTAIC SUNSHADE ‘SUDI’, AN AUTONOMOUS AND MOBILE STATION THAT REPLENISHES ENERGY FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES USING SOLAR ENERGY, FRANCE. SOURCE: TATMOUSS
THE MELBOURNE TRAMWAY NETWORK WITH ITS 250 KILOMETRES OF TRACK, 493 TRAMS, 25 ROUTES, AND 1,763 TRAM STOPS, IS THE LARGEST URBAN TRAMWAY NETWORK IN THE WORLD.