• How speed and power are reimagining the way we live.

    Housing some of the brightest minds in the world, the BIG Ideas offices in London, Copenhagen and New York are turning literal pipe dreams into reality. By integrating radical ways of thinking with 3D modeling and global collaboration, BIG Ideas are pushing the boundaries of what's possible by tackling the Hyperloop transportation challenge head-on.

    Aiming to transport 15,000 passengers per hour at nearly the speed of sound, Hyperloop has the potential to be the most extraordinary transportation paradigm shift in human history — and it's a race to be the first to make it real. Making it practical and actionable requires computing faster than the speed of thought.

     
    • Company:

      Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)
    • Industry:

      Architecture and Urbanism
    • Headquarters:

      Copenhagen, Denmark
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    With the Dell Precision Tower we can do much more detailed simulations and help the teams quickly find answers to their questions.”

    JAKOB LANGE, PARTNER, BIG
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