Orbital Technologies is looking to hire a network engineer to help its upcoming Hyperloop system, which will allow for the transportation of passengers in capsules to and from the space station.
The company is looking for an experienced network engineer who is responsible for all aspects of the Hyperloop network, including hardware, software, data, network and engineering support.
The network engineer will have experience in managing and building out a Hyperloop infrastructure and be responsible for maintaining the Hyperloops network, according to the firm.
The position requires a background in the areas of systems engineering, network engineering, software engineering, data engineering, engineering design and software engineering.
The job will be a part of Orbital’s Next Generation of Exploration Systems team, which is responsible to build the HyperLoop system and is currently tasked with designing and building Hyperlooper, the company’s new transportation system.
The Hyperloop is designed to operate on a fluid and electrically driven pod that travels at speeds of at least 760 miles per hour (1,400 kilometers per hour).
The company is planning to start the Hyperbooster prototype in 2020, which should take two years.
The next-generation Hyperloop, which has a speed of up to 760 mph (1.2 km/h), is designed as a highly efficient and scalable transportation solution.
Its design is based on the principle of a Hypercube, a tube, which connects two tubes.
Hypercube systems have a number of advantages over other transport systems, including the ability to carry more people and cargo than conventional tube-based transportation systems, according the Hypercube website.
The Hyperloop could also be used for low-cost air travel, with the company developing a prototype that can be used to ferry cargo to and off of the space stations.
It’s unclear when Orbital is likely to launch its Hyperloop vehicle.
Orbital has also been exploring the use of the technology for the use in the space-based industries, such as agriculture, the space industry and energy.