The Jackal combines the versatility of the Shredder with full autonomous and remote control capabilities. The Jackal can switch between manned and unmanned modes with the flick of a switch making it the first UGV of it’s kind. The Jackal also utilizes a true hybrid system, enabling it to operate both in “Engine Mode” or “Stealth Mode”.
Equipped with two M32 grenade launchers, the Jackal can be armed with both lethal and nonlethal ammunition. The Jackal can also be equipped with sensor or weapon payloads specific to the task at hand.
It is ideal for traversing narrow mountain trails and harsh inhospitable environments. The Jackal has the ability to tow a trailer full of equipment over rough terrain in both manned and unmanned modes. The trailer can also be replaced with a stretcher to recover injured soldiers from dangerous situations.
A two-seater for the Shaelk that has been developed at the conceptual level, but for which Ben has big expectations and plans.
This gnarly off-road device is a combination of a skateboard deck with traditional skateboard trucks, a powerful engine and two mean tank-threads capable of shreddin’ any terrain at high speeds; snow, sand, trails, the side of a mountain, literally making the outdoors your terrain park.
The Uno is the worlds first real transformer. At low speeds, the Uno is similar to a unicycle, for high-speed travel, the Uno transforms into a full motorcycle. This transitioning design allows the Uno to be compact and nimble for mixed use travel and bringing indoors and parking, while at the same time, having all the benefits of a conventional motorcycle at high-speed.
Adopting the same gyroscopic technology as its predecessor, The U2 travels at low speeds on two parallel wheels as a compact urban commuter. For more stability at higher speeds, the dicycle’s wheels splay apart, turning the vehicle into a motorcycle.
With the Uno III, the transforming technology was reconfigured. The gyroscopic tilt system was enhanced. The color even changed back to our original orange.
The DTV Mule II is a simple, rugged, and ultimately versatile remote-controlled all-terrain vehicle.Making use of a fuel-efficient diesel engine as well as a lightweight, powerful battery suite, the Mule II combines fuel economy with the ability to operate silently. As a tracked vehicle, the Mule II can traverse terrain that would stop or hobble other vehicles