Waterloop is a student engineering team competing in the Hyperloop Pod competition hosted by SpaceX. Our team is made up of ambitious and determined first to fourth year students that believe this project can change the future of transportation. After placing in the top 22 teams at Texas A&M University in February, Waterloop has advanced to the final round of the competition. Each advancing team will build their pod and test it in Hawthorne, California this upcoming summer. This final round is composed of 31 teams out of 1200+ that had first entered the competition.
On the evening of November 1st, Waterloop showcased the world’s first functional pneumatic levitation system on a small test track at the Federation Hall at the University of Waterloo. The weeks leading to
Waterloop has successfully funded our first two phases in the SpaceX Hyperloop competition, but building one of the world's first Hyperloop prototypes isn't just exciting, fun, and incredibly hard, it also will cost
The University of Waterloo’s student engineering design team, “Waterloop,” has earned a place as finalists in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Design Competition. The team is now fabricating and will be testing their final