Hyperloop promises sustainable, safe, and especially short travel times. Besides overcoming economic and technical challenges, the successful introduction of this technology in the future depends on the acceptance of potential users.
As part of a project of the Business Psychology program of the Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences and in close cooperation with Hardt Hyperloop, a start-up from the Netherlands, the acceptance of potential users with regard to Hyperloop was investigated for the first time.
The University of Applied Sciences in Stuttgart conducted a representative study from 8th July to 25th July 2020. In this context 387 participants from the Netherlands reported their willingness to use hyperloop. With this study important insights into the acceptance of hyperloop among the population could be gained.