Sail Cirrus is used to compare performances
Sail Cirrus, developed in co-operation with RS Sailing, is the latest development from Irish innovator racegeek.
Joining the d10 tactical racing instrument and its accompanying sailing data analytics, Sail Cirrus gives any sailor with a smart phone the ability to capture sailing experiences and share with like-minded sailors online.
Fleet managers and class administrators can set up events, set challenges and create a range of ways to engage with sailing without necessarily racing.
Sail Cirrus provides the sailing community with the easy engagement and connection that is now expected across many sporting platforms.
“The racegeek data analysis capability has proved to be very popular for the racing community,” says Eurotask’s MD Mark Luffingham, racegeek’s UK and US distributor. “It was only natural the same expertise was used to capture sailing data through a mobile phone to make the technology available to all the sailing community.
“Although the accuracy and frequency of the data will never match the capability of a d10, the technology enables the sport to develop its much-needed social value in the online world.”
RS Sailing already uses the d10 on RS21 keelboats and will use Sail Cirrus to encourage RS sailors to compare performance, set challenges, engage and socialise with other RS sailors from all over the world.
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