Challenge 2: Europe needs to tackle theclimate change crisis my minimizing its GHG emissions. This is why the EuropeanGreen Deal makes sense and should act as a driver and inspiration to everyinitiative developed in Europe. Even more dealing with Transport, one of thetop polluting segments and one of the most promising in terms of fulldecarbonization (e.g. electricity and hydrogen powered mobility).
Challenge3: Thehistory of transport means such as Railway have demonstrated how relevant is tobring a broad perspective on interoperability when the routes andinfrastructures are planned. The classic case of ERTMS calls for anticipationto avoid interoperability issues at least within the Common European Market.With all these lessons learned, hyperloop deployment must incorporate theinteroperability spirit from its inception. Therefore, makes sense to work froman EU perspective in terms of standardization of the operation, evolving into aunique, interoperable hyperloop infrastructure that would be supplied byhyperloop pods by several OEMs.
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