There's been a good deal of news of late concerning Vectus PRT -- the announcement of finalists for the first Swedish podcar project, and POSCO's first agreement on a project in South Korea. So I figured it's time you pro-PRT debunkers out there had another visual teaching tool: the difference between Vectus and Raytheon guideways.
|POSCO Vectus||Raytheon PRT2000|
Here's a couple of photos to complete the comparison. The first shows the Swedish Rail Administration's traveling podcar exhibit -- see how small the guideway looks next to the cameraman in the foreground?
And then we come back to Raytheon -- the Marlborough, Massachusetts, test track. I've helpfully added a six-foot figure standing next to the support post.
Do these pants make his assumption look fatuous?
Down! Bad dog! Don't bite the Swedish Environment Minister!
His middle initial must be "W"
Why does he hate Shakespeare?
Look closely: it's Ken!