Plan your route based on the turnpoint catalogue or completely free on
the map. One click and the turnpoint co-ordinate is determined. The later
transfer of the free turnpoints to the turnpoint catalogue is possible.
Printing the routes with graphic display
Tabular entry of routes
||Just enter the next turnpoint in the
table. StrePla2 will calculate the individual legs
and whether it is an FAI triangle.
Multiple repetitions are possible. DMST-FAI rules are
considered here as well.
Inserting routes on the map
||After you have clicked the start point,
a rubber band will "stick" to your cursor. Go to an
arbitrary point on the map (the map will scroll when the cursor
comes to the edge), click, and you have created a new turnpoint,
if there was not already a turnpoint at this place. It couldn't be
||Often it is impossible to fly a
triangle directly on track. Control zones or something similar
require detours. Just insert waypoints into your route and define
these as checkpoints. Check points will be given to your en-route
flight computer as points that are to be approached, but will not
be considered when calculating the route. StrePla2
will also show you how big the detour is.
||If you want to plan triangles according
to FAI norm, the FAI-Areas function is very useful. It marks all the
areas in which the turnpoints are allowed to lie on the map
according to boundary conditions (25% or 28% rule).
Several routes simultaneously
||At competitions, one often wants to see
several routes on one map (the separate classes' tasks). Mark the
route and StrePla will display it on the requested map.
AAT (Assigned Area Task) and AST (Assigned Speed Task)
With StrePla you can plan AAT's and
automatically analyse them.
|Defining a turnpoint area
||Representing a turnpoint area
Flight through the turnpoint area showing the smallest
possible triangle (task, blue) and the evaluation triangle after the
automatic analysis (red).