Full instructions and a
CIVA box graphic file to establish a contest box wherever
explanatory briefing notes
A thorough explanation is available on the
ACRO scoring software website to enable pilots, judges and
contest officials to gain a clear insight into the reasons for and
operation of the CIVA FairPlay system. It is complemented by briefing
papers that clarify the f85ts raw and FPS check-sheets, and
the structure of the analysessheets distributed to the Chief Judge and
members of the judging panel after each sequence.
Archive of CIVA
Championship data files
ACRO data files from CIVA championships are made available after the event has concluded, to enable Teams to analyse
their performance and make comparisons with that of other competitors.
If you use any of these files please note that no
warranties are given nor implied as to the origin of the data presented;
it is provided freely and without guarantee for the sole purpose of
post-event analysis and pilot / judge training. Todownload an ACRO data file to your computer Right Click the link and
specify "Save target as ..." to retrieve the file and store it at an appropriate location in your file system for subsequent
handling by ACRO.
Also below are some zipped collections of ACRO Pilot and Key
Personnel photos from the associated events. The JPG
images are in ACRO's standard 660x933 pixel Photo Manager
format, and may therefore be copied directly into your
computer's aerobatics/photos folder for immediate use at your
event. Note that you will need to check and where necessary
edit/revise any photo filenames that do not exactly match the
names in the Pilot and Key Personnel Registers at your contest,
or the photos will fail to 'link' correctly.