It is a matter of time before the new generation of autopilots developed in France initially for shorthanded ocean racing filter into the mainstream. Remember too that the current algorithms used replicate human behaviour only as the baseline… Fred Augendre is both observer and customer
Developed in France, the new generation of pilots use algorithms that reproduce human behaviour: rather than blindly following a fixed parameter, they move back and forth according to changes in real-time factors including heel angle and apparent wind. Intended for the niche market of singlehanded ocean racers, with pilots recently allowed for many more crewed ocean races, they could very quickly interest a much wider market.
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