skyTran, Inc., headquartered at the
skyTran is the developer of the patented high-speed, elevated, levitating, energy-efficient, skyTran transportation system. The skyTran system is a network of computer-controlled, 2-person "jet-like" vehicles employing state-of-the-art passive, magnetic levitation (maglev) technology. skyTran systems will transport passengers in a fast, safe, green, and economical manner. skyTran intends to revolutionize public transportation and, with it, urban and suburban commuting.
IAI is a world leader in the development and production of aerospace systems and aircraft. It has accumulated nearly half a century of experience in creating and supplying advanced systems for customers worldwide and it devotes substantial resources to research and development.
The TDS will incorporate skyTran's salient features. It will provide a platform for skyTran vehicles to travel at high speeds, with full payloads while levitating. The TDS will enable testing, refinement, and validation of skyTran's technology in a controlled environment.
The TDS will be followed by deployment of the first commercial skyTran system in
In addition to being a tenant in the
"The NRP is proud to have skyTran as a valued tenant and partner in our world-class shared-use R&D and education campus for industry, academia, non-profits, and government," said
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