Efficient Cable Gliding Transportation System For A Megapolis



Matej Dubis, Pulse, future transportation, smart technologies,  future vehicles, automobile future
Matej Dubis created unconventional transportation system, which is ecological and efficient at the same time. The Pulse can transport hundreds of passengers, still passengers might take a private ride in a 4-person pod. which. The concept applies the same principle as cable gliding: vehicles don’t need to have powerful engines as they profit from gravity to gain acceleration, the needed energy will be ensured by the lifting “knots”, crossroads of the system’s web. The Pulse runs in regular centralized waves that create the pulse, the rope uses a biomimetic technology of artificial muscles to support the gliding movement and ensure necessary local interventions.
Via:tuvie.com
Matej Dubis, Pulse, future transportation, smart technologies,  future vehicles, automobile future

Matej Dubis, Pulse, future transportation, smart technologies,  future vehicles, automobile future

Matej Dubis, Pulse, future transportation, smart technologies,  future vehicles, automobile future

Matej Dubis, Pulse, future transportation, smart technologies,  future vehicles, automobile future

Matej Dubis, Pulse, future transportation, smart technologies,  future vehicles, automobile future

Matej Dubis, Pulse, future transportation, smart technologies,  future vehicles, automobile future

Matej Dubis, Pulse, future transportation, smart technologies,  future vehicles, automobile future

Matej Dubis, Pulse, future transportation, smart technologies,  future vehicles, automobile future


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