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Brad Jaeger

Research and Development Director

Edison2

HQ Phone:  (434) 326-0016

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Edison2

1415 Kemper Street Suite J2

Lynchburg, Virginia,24501

United States

Company Description

Edison2 combines sound physics with innovative design to produce workable and sustainable transportation solutions. Edison2's employees and partners are passionate and highly accomplished in their respective fields, with experts in automobile design, aerodyn...more

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Edison2, X Prize Winner, Claims 350 M.P.G. Equivalent for Prototype

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According to Brad Jaeger, Edison2's director of research and development, a production version of the car could be built for $25,000 or less.
With such a small battery, the vehicle takes about seven hours to charge from a standard 110 outlet. Mr. Jaeger said that a production version could be built with a 200-mile range, which may require a larger battery. Crash testing would be a hurdle, but Mr. Jaeger said that the Roush testing offered encouragement on the Very Light Car's safety performance. "By focusing on platform efficiency, we can reduce the size of the battery pack, cut back on the charging time and give greater range," Mr. Jaeger said in a telephone interview.


Spatial Integrated Systems, Inc.

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"Synchronous technology is helping us develop the Very Light Car in a very short timeframe," said Brad Jaeger, director of research and development at Edison2.


Edison2 - Personnel

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Brad Jaeger
VP of Engineering and Operations Brad Jaeger is a mechanical engineer and professional racecar driver. He has raced in the Indy Pro Series and driven the McDonald's Dallara Daytona Prototype for Doran Racing in the Grand Am Rolex Sports Car Series. Brad graduated from Vanderbilt University, receiving a B.E. degree with Honors in Mechanical Engineering. At Vanderbilt, Brad was an active member in their Formula S.A.E. team and worked with Lexmark International. After graduation, Brad worked for Doran Enterprises on the Ford GTR program. Since 2009 he has served as the Director of Research and Development for Edison2, and drove the Very Light Car in the Progressive Insurance Automotive X Prize.


Edison2 - Personnel

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Brad Jaeger
VP of Engineering and Operations Brad Jaeger is a mechanical engineer and professional racecar driver. He has raced in the Indy Pro Series and driven the McDonald's Dallara Daytona Prototype for Doran Racing in the Grand Am Rolex Sports Car Series. Brad graduated from Vanderbilt University, receiving a B.E. degree with Honors in Mechanical Engineering. At Vanderbilt, Brad was an active member in their Formula S.A.E. team and worked with Lexmark International. After graduation, Brad worked for Doran Enterprises on the Ford GTR program. Since 2009 he has served as the Director of Research and Development for Edison2, and drove the Very Light Car in the Progressive Insurance Automotive X Prize.


Engineering Career | Brad Jaeger

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Brad Jaeger
A graduate of Vanderbilt University with honors in Mechanical Engineering, Brad served as the technical liaison between Edison2 and the X Prize Foundation during the competition ensuring technical deliverables were submitted and deadlines were met. After winning the Automotive X Prize Brad took responsibility for creating project timelines and budgets, overseeing Edison2?s patent portfolio, and ensuring the technical direction was aligned with their business strategy. He also oversaw the design and building of Edison2's Consumer Prototype VLC, also known as the VLC4.0. The combination of Brad?s mechanical engineering background, business/marketing experience, and career driving race cars has allowed him to excel during his time at Edison2. Before joining Edison2, Brad raced full time in the Indy Pro Series and the Grand Am Rolex Sports Car series where he drove the #77 Dallara Daytona Prototype. Brad continued to pursue his racing career while at Vanderbilt University, balancing school work, traveling and training. In addition to his experience at Edison2 and Vanderbilt, Brad brings 15 years of testing vehicles as a racecar driver and working alongside race and design engineers.


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