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Tuesday, September 3, 2013


Here's a tease of some possible things to come from Jaegertech Automotive Groupe. Using the main chasis from the new FRS-XX mech, we grafted on wheels in place of the the legs and dropped the driver into a central location. This is just a crude test bed, but the wheeled division has taken an interest in further studies in this direction. So stay tuned for more!

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Ayrton Senna Tribute FRS-XX!

We love paying tribute to the legends that came before us, and 3 time world F1 champion Ayrton Senna is one of the biggest. Joining with McLaren and Honda to get the telemetry data from his winning race laps we re programed the T6 autopilot to adapt his style to the FRS-XX. After just 3 test runs it has out paced all other pilots in the very same machine! Showing just how far ahead he was not only in his time, but ours as well.
     This tribute version is on display at this years concours d'elegance in Monterey CA.
Long live the legend above and beyond!

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

The FRS-XX in action!

Rally photographers were treated to an unusual sight as the FRS-XX ripped up the 4 stages of the Norwegian forest early Wednesday morning. Piloted by Kurt Allen and co-pilot Lucas Thyssen and adorned in Legendary Martini Racing livery, the FRS-XX took 1st in it's class and trounced it's wheeled counterparts.
     More to come from JAEGERTECH!

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

FRS Comparison

We decided to show you the differences between our 2 active FRS models. "Although they share many design cues they could not be more different." Says the designer, Alex Jaeger of ALXART design in California. On the left is the FRS-32R from last season. It proved to be a champion in the solo division and faired 2nd in the South American Dakar. It is still making waves in the pro- am circuit and by no means a by gone model. Following in the footsteps of legendary companies like Audi and McClaren  who continued to improve upon perfection in their race machines, so to JAEGERTECH has done the same. On the right is the new FRS-XX model. Side by side you can se the vast improvements in streamlined design and engineering. Shorter, thinner and lighter the XX is a technical marvel in that we added 2 more legs and space for a co-pilot. Using new leg mounted driver motors we were able to move much of the leg controls out of the body and into the joints themselves. A central carbon nano-fiber spine gives it stiffness and safety for our 2 drivers while integrating the chassis mount points further inboard. All cables and control contacts are shrouded inside the suspension struts for protection and for a clean, efficient design. 
Stay tuned for more info and details from JAEGERTECH as the summer continues! Also go like the ALXART fan page on face book to keep informed.

Saturday, June 22, 2013

S.A.R.X in Pure Form

Hot on the heals of the FRS-XX release comes the reveal of the JAEGERTECH S.A.R.X drone mech. Presented in 'pure form' to show off the pure design shapes, this TR series drone is a specialized for extreme hazard search and rescue missions. It has the ability to crawl into tunnels and vertical shafts without a tether by extending it's multiple curved legs out. Advanced non optical mapping and vision arrays allow it to peer through complex surfaces to help rescue personal know exactly where to go or not to go in a dangerous situation. Saving lives and collecting information is the S.A.R.X 's main objectives. Be sure to follow our blog to stay up to date on all the latest JAEGERTECH releases.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

The FRS-XX in "Pure Form"

JAEGERTECH is proud to reveal the new stunning FRS-XX design by ALXART in 'Pure Form'. Presented here in these ambient occlusion images to strip away all the reflections, textures and decals to reveal the basic forms to see the sleek design clearly. We completed our trials and we are excited to say the FRS-XX performed above our expectations! We've had some interest in making small desktop models of our FRS series mechs for clients and those who can't afford the real thing. If you are interested we would love to hear from you! Drop us a note via alxart and we'll see what we can do!
thanks again for stopping by loyal mech drivers and pass on the word about JAEGERTECH!

Friday, May 24, 2013


On the heals of the FRS-XX 'tease' comes the release of this image of the new Search And Rescue X drone from JAEGERTECH. The S.A.R.X is a smaller and far more daring design addition to the drone  series and a new branch off of the previous TR drones. Boasting flea-like swept leg designs that are capable of getting this drone to scale a vertical shaft without the use of a tether and non-optical vision systems, this drone can be deployed into the most hazardous situations. This image is of the early release test mule, although the final design will be very similar.
We teased the top view of the S.A.R.X a few weeks ago, but much progress has been made since then. Test trials are still adding to it's effectiveness in the field and a final version will be made available later this year.
Thanks again for your interest in JAEGERTECH and be sure to let our team know what you think! Also check out the blog of our lead designer ALXART!


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Friday, May 10, 2013

Official story on the 'leaked' spy shot FRS-XX

A few days ago an image was posted on Nuthin' But Mech blog of the rumored FRS follow up racing mech. The image was indeed of our newest addition to the FRS racing mech program, the FRS-XX. Deep in testing at the black forest test circuit in Southern Germany our crew was there for 14 days testing the new leg systems and contact shoes. Admittedly this image was taken by our official photographer Lucas Thyssen, but the 'leak' was more of a... 'peek' as Derek D of FLD might say :) We will reveal more info as the testing progresses, with the official full reveal in December this year. As the pic reveals we are working with Nuthin' But Mech Racing this year as a new sponsor and we continue to work with ALXART as our design team. We have other projects in the pipe as well, but right now our main focus is the FRS-XX and the new drone mech we mentioned a week ago. Our partners asked us to withhold any more official info for now, so enjoy the spy pick and let us know what you think so far!

Monday, April 29, 2013

"..the JAEGER program was born.."

ok, ok, not OUR Jaeger program, but the amazing brainchild of Guillermo Del Toro's world of Pacific Rim. We also would like to congratulate our designer over at ALXART, Alex Jaeger and the entire VFX team at Industrial Light + Magic for what looks like the movie we've all been waiting for to turn us into 12 year old boys again!
    Check out the newly release Wondercon trailer for Pacific Rim!

Friday, April 26, 2013

New Jaegertech on the way!

After several months of focusing on getting the current batch of JAEGERTECH mechs out the door and into the hands of consumers, we've secretly been working on a few updates to the line. Our marketing and PR group has allowed us to share this tease of a work in progress mech rumored to be of the unmanned drone type. Specs are still under wraps as we are working toward a June release for this and another mech. Both mechs being designed by our exclusive designer ALXART in California. The second mech (not pictured yet) has been rumored to be an update to the successful FRS-Racing mech. The JAEGERTECH racing team has been working on a whole new chasis inorder to make it more durable and possibly seat 2 in prep for a Dakar dominating machine... more to come!

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

TR-3xT6 drone

Here's another view of the JAEGERTECH TR-3XT6 drone mech. With testing now complete, orders are being fulfilled with the first shipments to head out by June. A mix of armed and unarmed versions are being produced for a variety of clients and tasks. The T6 artificial intelligence chip has been upgraded to a new heat resistant board and linked to an optional SEG Searl Effect Generator as an extended use power source. Joint ventures in mechanics and technologies allow the JAEGERTECH mech line to stay ahead of the competition.
      Thanks for checking in. More exciting news to come!