In just four years, you could travel in a futuristic transportation network at near supersonic speeds.
So says Shervin Pishevar, co-founder and chairman of Hyperloop Technologies, which aims to shuttle passengers and cargo in high-speed pods that are smaller than most planes and trains and designed to depart as often as every 10 seconds.
"Hyperloop will be operational, somewhere in the world, by 2020," Pishevar told CNBC. "We will move people and cargo at 700 miles per hour. That changes the way the global economy works."