Industry Leaders Council

Industry Leaders Council Description

 

The Industry Leaders Council is dedicated to bringing the existing and future business leaders together to solve collective challenges.  These challenges include inspiring future generations of potential hyperloop industry professionals, workforce development, coordinating and collaborating across disciplines, commercializing the technology – all to garner support for Hyperloop transportation and give the industry the tools to scale up for quick delivery this disruptive transportation technology.

People Needed

 

  • Hyperloop Industry Leaders

    • Technology Companies

      • HTT

      • HLO

      • ET3

      • Arrivo

      • Transpod Hyperloop (Toronto)

      • Tesla/SpaceX/The Boring Company

  • Entrepreneurs – Other focus than technology? where are they coming from?

  • University SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition teams

  • Aerospace industry

    • NASA

    • Lockhead Martin

    • GoogleX

  • Logistics industry

    • Airline Industry

    • Rail

    • Shippers

  • Infrastructure industry

  • Electric Utility

  • Energy industry

  • Telecommunications Industry

  • Instruments and Controls industry

  • Operations

    • Workforce Development

      • Federal, State and City educational boards

      • STEM Curriculum Creators – High Schools

      • University Educators – influencers of curriculum

      • Recruiters

    • Operations

      • HR

      • Lobbyists/PR/Marketing for Industry

      • Market Analysts

      • Funders/Financiers

      • Researchers and Developers

Resources Needed

 

  • Federal and State funding

  • Education – simple explanation of the state of the art – pamphlet, video, magazine, awards, etc.

  • Workforce development – reciprocal conference rates with relevant partner organizations, sponsorships for grade school and college competitions

  • Put the subsystems together– networking opportunities to help partners find each other, newsletter with industry leaders spotlights, panels at the symposium,

  • Commercialize the industry - Hyperloop on the Hill Day to de-risk the Hyperloop, mentor/start-up support program

Potential Funding Sources

 

  • Big Government Agencies

    • NSF

    • DOT - FRA

    • DOE

    • Military Ops/Homeland Security

    • EPA

    • GSA/Land Grant

  • Small Government

  • Companies

    • Users

      • Shippers – Amazon, Car Manufacturer

      • Cargo Companies

      • Passenger Transport Companies

    • Manufacturers of Hyperloop Equipment

      • SpaceX

      • Boeing

      • Pod manufacturers

      • Tube manufacturers

Potential Associations to Develop

 

  • ASCE – Civil engineering

  • ASME – Mechanical Engineering

  • IEEE – Electric engineering

  • AIAA – aerospace

  • APA

  • AIA – Architects

  • ULI

  • Association of Geologist

  • SAE – Society of Automotive Engineers

  • Honor society – TBP for engineers

  • Industrial and Systems Engineering

  • CPIP

  • Teamsters and unions

  • NAIOP

Immediate Action Items

 

  • Develop a matrix of all the different parts of the disruptive tube transportation ecosystem (RL to share with the team tonight, then the team help clean it up by the next symposium)

  • state of the art pamphlet. Search for articles about each industry leader in Hyperloop, put it on a 1-pager, then send it to each company stating HARP will add to the website as is unless we hear from them. (AP by 7/14)

  • Develop a networking event in a box for HARP symposium to hold in their own cities (RL create invite by 9/1 for events to be held approximately 9/15; then invite all regional participants to the next symposium)

  • Develop some HARP materials for the Hawthorne event – SpaceX competition. (AP by 8/21)

  • Send out a meet up invite to a HARP sponsored networking event at the Hawthorne event – SpaceX competition. (RL to create invite by 8/7, then the students will circulate)

  • Develop panel at the Fall Symposium (Fall Symposium) (RL by 9/1)

  • Hyperloop on the Hill Day to de-risk the Hyperloop (January) (RL by January)

Industry Leaders Council Description

 

  • State of the Art Hyperloop – video

  • Awards program – Innovation, Sustainability, ??

  • Hyperloop magazine

  • Develop a newsletter with industry leader spotlights

  • Awards program

  • Forge reciprocal conference rates with relevant partner organizations

  • Sponsor grade school and college competitions

  • Create mentor/start-up support program

  • Update list of all the different parts of the disruptive tube transportation