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Jan 01, 2013, 04:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Xavier Mouraux
Hi Karl,
How does it work if a pilot is also the manager. Do we fill 2 forms and register twice ?

Also: any airplane museum suggestion in a 500km radius from Frankfurt ?

Thanks

Xavier
Hello Xavier,

if there is no extra Teammanager there is no need to fill out an additional form. But keep in mind to announce also Helpers and Supporters by an extra form.

Best regards,

Karl-Ernst
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Jan 01, 2013, 10:35 AM
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Thanks Karl-Ernst. We'll do that.

Thanks Jurgen and FAI guy. Now I need to extend my vacations with so many suggestions :-) I also wanted to see the Porsche and Mercedes museum ...
Jan 01, 2013, 01:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Xavier Mouraux
Thanks Karl-Ernst. We'll do that.

Thanks Jurgen and FAI guy. Now I need to extend my vacations with so many suggestions :-) I also wanted to see the Porsche and Mercedes museum ...
List of pretty much all auto museums in Germany:

http://www.auto-museum.de/liste.htm

You will find the Porsche and Mercedes Museums there too.

Jürgen
Jan 02, 2013, 05:48 AM
Janne Lappi, F3A Team Finland
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Hello,

who will sign the entry forms for World Champs and for German Challenge? There is a line for signature, but I wonder if it will be signed by myself or by the NAC.

About the epuiqment information, there are two text boxes for "manufacturer". I understand the first one means the manufacturer of the airframe, but what is the other one for?

Regards,
Janne Lappi
Jan 02, 2013, 09:03 AM
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About the epuiqment information, there are two text boxes for "manufacturer". I understand the first one means the manufacturer of the airframe, but what is the other one for?
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Hi Janne,

the most logical answer would be the manufacturer of the motor used.

If it was up to me, I would ask for prop, servos and rx rather than transmitter.

Jürgen
Jan 02, 2013, 02:48 PM
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Originally Posted by JanneL
Hello,

who will sign the entry forms for World Champs and for German Challenge? There is a line for signature, but I wonder if it will be signed by myself or by the NAC.

About the epuiqment information, there are two text boxes for "manufacturer". I understand the first one means the manufacturer of the airframe, but what is the other one for?

Regards,
Janne Lappi
Hello All,

entry form needs to be stamped and signed by the NAC (bottom line). Two times Manufacturer = 1 time Modell, 1 time Motor

Best regards,

Karl-Ernst
Jan 06, 2013, 10:21 PM
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Hi Karl-Ernst,

I just noticed that the drug form says 'FAI European .. helicopter 2012' :-)
Is it still good or should we sign another one on site and forget about that one ?
Should that one be stamped also by the NAC ?

Thanks

4 weeks :-)

Xavier
Jan 07, 2013, 05:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Xavier Mouraux
Hi Karl-Ernst,
I just noticed that the drug form says 'FAI European .. helicopter 2012' :-)
Is it still good or should we sign another one on site and forget about that one ?
Should that one be stamped also by the NAC ?
Thanks
4 weeks :-)
Xavier
Hi Xavier,
Use this one. No NAC stamp needed, this is private.
Important : any competitor using medication (for example to regulate blood pressure, diabete etc.) containing a substance in the WADA list of prohibited substances must ask the FAI office for a TUE (Therapeutic Use Exemption). This is again personal but it is high time as obtaining the certificate may need a minimum of 3 weeks.
See also http://www.fai.org/cimp-projects/cim...xemptions-tues

FAI guy
Jan 15, 2013, 01:49 PM
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WCh is comming closer


on the homepage www.indoorwm.de plenty of information is now available.

All teams are listed, ....

If somone still likes to join the competition feel free to send the offficial entry form.

Looking forward seeing some of you at Coburg.

best regards

Karl-Ernst
Jan 19, 2013, 06:35 AM
Janne Lappi, F3A Team Finland
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I have flown in quite a few W/C (in other classes), and you can make your own stickers, including scaled down versions.
We usually print them on clear label stock(Fascal) in a laser printer. Here is an example in a pdf, 1:1 scale.

IIRC the original was downloaded from the FAI web site.

In addition to the sticker you need your national ID number somewhere on the model, but that can simply be drawn on with magic marker.

Typically in processing they will apply another small sticker partly over yours as proof that the model has been processed.
I have also seen them use ink stamps or initial them.

Pat MacKenzie
Hello,

there were discussion about the FAI sticker and I would like to get information about this from contest organisers. Is it allowed to make an own sticker which includes the same information than the original one? Can I scale it a bit smaller? I want to be sure our models are completely legal so that there will appear no surprises at the model processing.

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Janne L
Jan 19, 2013, 08:56 AM
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thanks to ask janne, I have the same questions !
Loïc
Jan 19, 2013, 12:10 PM
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FAI Stickers


hello all,

FAI Stichers Layout can be found at

http://www.fai.org/component/phocado...imodelstickers

you can print and apply it on your own. About resizing it I don't know.

We will prepare decal stickers that will be available at the contest. Attaching them to the modell and fixing them long lasting is a litle bit tricky - so pending on everybody themselves to apply them ...

best regards,

Karl
Jan 24, 2013, 12:30 AM
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Hi,
quick question, will there be Wifi in the arena?

Thanks,

Pat MacKenzie
Jan 24, 2013, 03:03 PM
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Quick Answer but LIVE STREAM FR- SA available


No!

We have internet access but only for the organization Team.

Additional we will have an Live Internet Stream for the finals, open German Challenge and the indoor show Saturday evening ... so everybody around the world can follow the last part of the contest directly online ...
Transfer Volume will be enough for 11000 spectators at a time ..
Formats available for a wide range of equipment from all kinds of Mobile Phones to Computers.

Videos can also be reviewed at any later time.

Link can be found at www.indoorwm.de

Lets see how far we can go. Maybe you can announce this in your local comunities. We would like to see the full load test.

Best regards,

Karl
Jan 25, 2013, 06:58 AM
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Can you buy a prepaid sim card in Germany for internet on smartphones or laptops ?

that can be usefull.

I guess the local mc donalds also provides free wifi for customers ?


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