Friday, 16 November 2012

More Prototypes

The first batch of prototypes is delivered to testers. There was much more demand than I had anticipated. I have just ordered the components for the next batch. Make sure to contact me if you want one and I will put you on the list. 

11 comments:

  1. Al could yo please put me on your list for the next batch. I've been building a microcontroller engine monitor for my Long EZ but your level of construction is a step beyond mine, for now. I really like your tutorial on soda can etching, I will be trying that soon. murf64@yahoo.com

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  2. Hi Al.

    Stumbled upon your site and the Bfv today and absolutely love it.
    It is simply brilliant!!
    I am a hang glider pilot from South africa and would love to get my hands on a bluefly Vario to test out.

    I currently use the Gaggle app on my Samsung galaxy to log my flights but since the phone does not have barometric hardware I still have to use my vario as well.

    Your app and bluetooth vario is genius and it will be possible to get this setup to do everything a $1000 vario can do and much more...

    I am very excited about your product - can you tell..?

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    1. Yes, I can tell. Send me your email address and I will put you on the notification list.

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    2. Thanks Al.
      My address is vanniekerkg at gmail dot com
      Thanks
      G

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  3. Hi Al,

    Could you kindly put me on your notification list.

    My email is technopersia "at" gmail.com

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  4. Hi Al, I would like to be a tester.

    I am a mechanical engineer based in Queenstown New zealand. I may be able to design a machined aluminium housing for you if there is not already a solution in place.
    Mail me at guidonz "a t" gmai1 . C 0 m if you are interested.

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  5. Could you please add me to the list. Excited to help out if possible.

    kraldavid *at* gmail dot com

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  6. Hello,
    I'm programming on the Gaggle app, for now I've mainly worked on getting the geo-maps to work in offline mode (which works quite weel now in Gaggle beta). I'm also looking at your code on Github and find it very interesting. I started programming on Gaggle because I had some thermal hunting idea's too, but haven't gotten to that, because there are other issues in Gaggle that where more directly important to fix. I bought a FlyNet sensor. It works, but it is expensive device and the sound-stuff in Gaggle is not (yet) what it should be. But then you have already crossed those bridges! Obviously both projects are GPL, so I think code could be freely copied between the two project, but for the largest part they seem rather complementary to me: yours is the thermal master, where Gaggle is more XC-navigation oriented etc.
    Would some alignment/integration be interesting to you too?
    Hans van Dam
    web at damsoft dot nl

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  7. Hello, I'm a paraglide harness manufacturer, I will be glad to help if possible and also, add me to your waiting list!
    adi.supair_at_gmail_dot_com

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