Snoopy's Microtransat Contact List
Updated 1030 Thursday 27th August 2015 UK time
You probably reached here from Snoopy's
GPS Guided Trans-Atlantic Robot Boat page.
If not, click on the link to know more.
I set up this page because I get many emails from around the World about Snoopy's part in Microtransat,
and I will find it easier if I know if the person already gets emails from the list. Some of you may
find it useful in future too.
If you want to be added to this list, please email me on
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
with details to be added to
the list of names below.
- your full name: e.g. Robin Lovelock.
- your location: town, country. e.g. Sunninghill,UK.
- your email address. e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org OPTIONAL but good if you can include enough to find your emails.
- your team: OPTIONAL, if you have one. e.g. Team-Joker
- your web site: OPTIONAL, if you have one. e.g. www.gpss.co.uk
- other information: OPTIONAL. e.g. year of birth, occupation, postcode. No need for anything, if you prefer.
Please also include part of a recent Microtransat List Posting, so I know you are already on that List.
The order in the list may change, as "major players" are added. e.g. Teams who have made attempts.
Don't be shy about giving more than the minimum. e.g. Dick's entry in the list.
It seems that 1947 "was a very good year" :-)
Yves is at the top of the list, because he
suggested the "Microtransat Challenge" in 2004.
The idea was published in May 2004 in a french conference (a conference about education in electrical engineering ).
He then browed the internet looking for similar projects, and found Mark Neal and Roland Stelzer,
at the University of Aberwystwyth, in Wales, UK.
This is how it all started. Well Done Yves - we know who to blame, when speaking to our wives ! :-)
Snoopy's Contact List ...
Yves Briere in Toulouse, France on
email@example.com. Team ISAE.
First to suggest Microtransat Challenge in 2004.
John Silvester in Ascot,UK. Team-Joker.
Founder Member of Team-Joker. Told Robin about Microtrasat in 2008.
Robin Lovelock in Sunninghill,UK.
Born 1947. Retired enthusiast building Snoopy's boats at SL5 9TA.
Peter Facey, Winchester, UK.
Born 1947, physicist and retired computer software person
Dick Bailey in Reading,UK.
Born 1947, Retired (HGV1, Social Worker, IT Database Programmer / Administrator). Sailplane pilot & Asst. Cat.
Instructor (2 Diamonds) - PPL - R/C Modeller,Amateur sailor, adventurer
including Team-Joker support and Snoopy rescue crew :-)
in Blue Mountain, Sydney, Australia on
Abraham de Ronde in
Delft, The Netherlands on
Mike Kidd in
McKinney (near Dallas), Texas USA on
No team name, boat is Black PERL
Douglas Gray in
Medford, Massachusetts, USA on
firstname.lastname@example.org. Born 1974.
* confirmation needed by Robin that already on Microtransat List. e.g. an example posting.
All are currently confirmed. Note that Robin cannot put you onto the Microtransat List:
this page is for those who are already on it. Robin can add more information,
including a small picture, and paragraph of text, for those that do not have their own
web site or blog.
... end of Snoopy's Contact List.
Microtransat Team Pages ...
The following is a very useful list of the Microtransat Teams, with links to their own web sites.
It is copied from the
Wiki Microtransat Team List.
I've corrected the links originally shown as: "
GPSSTeam Joker, Ascot, UK
Team-Joker in Ascot, United Kingdom:
This avoids the confusion of needing to click on "GPSS" to visit Snoopy's instead of John's page.
Also, Snoopy's link was to the old "GPSS.Force9" hosting, rather than the primary "gpss.co.uk" link.
I find these team pages useful when speaking with other team members, or seeing who may have visited
the "Snoopy" page.
- Aberystwyth University, Wales, United Kingdom
- Aberystwyth University student Sailbot team
- Team-Joker in Ascot, United Kingdom:
- Tufts University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
- The US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, USA
- Queens University Mostly Autonomous Sailboat Team, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
- University of British Columbia Sailbot Team, Vancouver, Canada
- Åland Sailing Robots, Åland University of Applied Sciences, Mariehamn, Åland, Finland
- Magnus Leijonborg, Stockholm ,Sweden
- Captain Kidd
- Olin Sailbot Team, Olin College, Boston, USA
- Memorical University, St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada
- Beoga Beag, Galway, Ireland
- The Austrian Association for Innovative Computer Science (INNOC), Vienna, Austria
- University of Porto, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
- The Dutch Robotic Sailing Team, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
- Autonomus, Horten/Tønsberg, Norway
- Robots Everywhere, Milan, Italy
- Institut Supérieure de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace (ISAE), Tolouse, France
- The University of Lubeck, Germany
- Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel
- The Portencross Boys, Portencross near Glasgow, Scotland
Teams with dead web pages
- École nationale supérieure de techniques avancées Bretange (ENSTA-Bretagne), Brest, France
- Team Robotboat, Maryland, USA
- Ecole Navale, Brest, France
- SPIN, New Zealand
- The Magellan Machine, Stockholm, Sweden
- Windlet, Anacortes, Washington, USA
- Students Sail Autonomously, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
© 1991-2015 Robin Lovelock (other than Wiki information above). Please credit www.gpss.co.uk if you use material from any of these pages. Thankyou.