The tracking system is up and running.
Teams will need to sign up, but anyone can use the website to follow the competitions, and replay the events afterwards. See the instructions page.
We have had really nice weather for a while, about 20 degrees (Celsius) and sunshine. This seems to be over, and we are expecting more shifting weather.
The maximum temperatures during the day will probably be between 15 and 20 degrees, the minimum during the night around 10. It looks like we will have winds between 5-10 m/s.There might be some rain – hopefully not so much and mostly on Monday.
There may be some mosquitoes, but they have not been much of a problem this summer. Don’t go with bare feet and legs in high grass and check for ticks, they can carry severe infections.
The buoy positions can be found here.
More information of the starting and finishing lines for the triangular and fleet race will appear the day before the races when we have an idea about the wind directions.
Information e-mails have been sent to the team leaders of World Robotic Sailing Championship, and to all registered for International Robotic Sailing Conference. If you haven’t received it, check your junk e-mail folder or contact us.
See you soon!
Registrations are now closed. The final team registration is a team from Buskerud and Vestfold University College in Norway, so now we have six competing teams. More information on the teams will be available soon. We are looking forward to the conference and championships!
Now you can find information about IfA Autonomous Sailing Team that has registered in the micro-sailboat category. Two more teams have registered in the sailboat category, one from Aberystwyth University in Wales, and one from Åland University of Applied Sciences. Information about these teams will soon be available.