Aaron Durogati – #Navitalk

When it comes to different types of paragliding, Aaron Durogati can do it all. He’s won multiple World Cups, finished the Red Bull X-Alps, won the Dolomitenmann, flown 312km FAI triangle in the Karakoram mountains, had climb&fly adventures in Patagonia and regularly pulles a few helicopters before dinner. Read about his beginnings in paragliding, his […]

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Assigned Area Task

AAT stands for Assigned Area Task. On this type of task, pilots can choose any turnpoint within a large turnpoint area. Whoever manages to fly the fastest in the designated task time wins Example: Coppa Internationale del Mediterraneo – Rieti – Task 2 Head over to the SeeYou Navigator Knowledge base to learn how to […]

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Custom Airspace, Soaring Spot & more

Today we’re pleased to announce the release of SeeYou Navigator version 2.7.0. After a very long testing period and seven release candidates, version 2.7.0 is now stable and available to all. The small change in version number doesn’t do justice to the extensive changes in this version. Please read on to learn more about the […]

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Landing confirmation

Let’s talk about a small feature today. The landing confirmation panel appears when Navigator detects landing. Why is that? SeeYou Navigator users are very different. Some fly with an iPhone, some use their Android smartphone connected to a Bluetooth source while others use the dedicated Oudie N device to record their flights. Some fly only […]

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🔥Oudie N IGC

It is here – the Oudie N IGC! After extensive flight testing and tuning of the new Oudie N IGC in the past year, we can proudly say that it is ready to help you achieve badges, records and be you co-pilot at competitions. This is the latest development from the Oudie N platform. It […]

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Yael Margelisch – #Navitalk

Yael Margelisch is one of the superstars of paragliding. She inspires the community with great performances in hike&fly, cross country flights and competitions. Last week we had a #navitalk and some great flight guidelines came up. Read about her experiences, practices and advice she follows in this blog post. How long have you been flying? […]

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Auto-zoom, Lee waves, Custom zones & more

This new version of SeeYou Navigator rounds out the functionality you need for gliding and paragliding competitions, adding cool new features to your Oudie N and SeeYou Navigator. Benefits Fly a task without touching the screen Zoom in as you approach the turnpoint Add and activate the auto-zoom navbox. The map will smoothly zoom in […]

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MacCready, Competition tasks, Vario & more

The Naviter development team has been very busy lately. After a very successful beta testing period, we are happy to release version 2.3.1 with many new features. Get the latest Navigator version from Google Play, the AppStore or by following the update instructions on your Oudie N. Benefits Pre-download maps for your area Street level […]

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Oudie N for Free Flight

The Oudie N is available for Paragliding and Hang-gliding! It is shipping to a Naviter Free Flight dealer near you. Let them know you want one 😉 In the recent years, the development team at Naviter focused on one goal only. To develop a successor for the Oudie. Not an easy task, given the successful […]

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Scan that code

Declaring a task has always been a challenge and a time-consuming task. The wisest among us will remember how a task used to be declared on a whiteboard with chalk, a camera, and a handful of papers. GPS simplified that process. But the early flight recorders had minimal user interface. Entering a task with rotary […]

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Tasks & QR Codes in version 2.11

First of all, thank you all for testing the previous beta version and taking the time for the (almost overwhelming) feedback. ? A new Beta version of the SeeYou Navigator is available for you to test. It expands the task functionallity with a lot of the improvements and introduces a huge number of bugfixes, that […]

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Analyse with Live Satellite Images

Do you ever wonder if you could have followed “those” clouds to extend your flight? Did you ever want to show how the lenticulars developed just as you were passing by? Now you can prove it. In collaboration with SkySight, you can now show Live Satellite image overview for the last 5 days! Just click […]

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