With all the
experience I gained from creating and running my
F3Jscore software, that is intended for
thermal gliding competitions, I started to build software to handle all needed
tasks for precision aerobatics.
The software is now being used at many contests worldwide, from small club contests to larger international events.
The Dutch national championships in the classes F3A and F3P (being four contest days a year, with 3 classes per day)
are using the software since several years. Dutch F3M will start this year.
The experience I gained with these contests are reflected in the software usability and functionality.
My biggest goal is to create software that makes the whole scoring process as transparent as possible for both the judges
as the contesters. So that pilots can see where to lose or win points, but also by comparing the judges results and show these in analyses.
UPDATE for IMAC contests: Half Points for marks!
For IMAC the CIAM/FAI decided to allow maneuvers to be scored with 0.5 points instead of whole numbers between 0 and 10. The version 188.8.131.52 does have this functionality build in. Please contact me if you want to use this version.
Winfried de Vries
Me (on the right) and my flying buddies John(left) and Job, with our ZN-line twister's