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Author Topic: [ANN][ICO] BoatPilot - integrated marine Navigation Service with AR capabilites  (Read 38059 times)
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February 03, 2018, 06:51:20 PM
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Is NAVI available for mining? Shocked
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February 03, 2018, 07:11:57 PM
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Is it allowed to invest for Chinese people? Any rules for participating??
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February 03, 2018, 07:34:00 PM
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Hello to all!

Is NAVI available for mining? Shocked
You can't mine NAVI, as it's an ERC20 token.

Is it allowed to invest for Chinese people? Any rules for participating??
For sure, you can buy a NAVI token at the PUBLIC PLACEMENT stage that starts in March, 1st.
You have no right and should not purchase NAVI tokens in case you are a citizen, resident (tax or else) or green card holder of the United States of America.

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February 03, 2018, 07:50:16 PM
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And when will you be listed on big cryptoexchanges?
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February 03, 2018, 08:01:16 PM
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New project with a very impressive concept. the explanation of his project is also very complete from his webisite design is also very nice views and impressive. one of the project options to follow. do not miss to be an investor in the project. because this project will be a huge success.
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February 03, 2018, 08:09:34 PM
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Token will be available after TGE right ? And will be transferable also then?
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February 03, 2018, 08:29:02 PM
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Hello, team! I have a question: will your navigation app work for sailing on big rivers, such as Mississippi?
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February 03, 2018, 09:09:46 PM
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Hi to everyone! Thanks a lot for being interested in the project!

And when will you be listed on big cryptoexchanges?
After the token-sale campaign is completed and the token is traded on the exchange, its value will be determined by the market ratio of supply and demand.
What exchanges exactly we can tell you after our Token Genereation Event

New project with a very impressive concept. the explanation of his project is also very complete from his webisite design is also very nice views and impressive. one of the project options to follow. do not miss to be an investor in the project. because this project will be a huge success.
Thank you. Welcome abroad. The earlier you purchase the tokens, the greater your bonus will be. You can find the table for the bones system un Token Policy https://www.boatpilot.io/docs/BoatPilot_Token_Policy_EN.pdf

Token will be available after TGE right ? And will be transferable also then?
Tokens will become transferable after TGE.

Hello, team! I have a question: will your navigation app work for sailing on big rivers, such as Mississippi?
Thank you for the questions. We have the Mediterranean map is available in beta-version for Android at the moment. And the covering of water space of The USA will be implemented if  the project reaches the Hard Cap. The usage of BoatPilot on rivers will be possibly taken up for consideration by the team in case getting enough investments for bringing such idea to live.  And you are more than welcome to invest at the close stage to see the project realizing and get very suggestive bonus up to 100%. The minimal investment at this stage is $25000.

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February 03, 2018, 09:29:37 PM
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Is your bounty campaign managed only on Bitcointalk?
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February 03, 2018, 09:59:55 PM
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Will all the existing AR-goggles models support your navigation program?
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February 03, 2018, 10:14:32 PM
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What is the cost for BoatGod going to be?
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February 03, 2018, 10:32:17 PM
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Hi! Thanks for asking!

Is your bounty campaign managed only on Bitcointalk?

Yes, all reports are reviewed on the BTT. In the future, the bounty page will also appear on our site.
We have a special thread on BitcoinTalk for bounty hunters. All the details of BoatPilot bounty campaign are inside. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2802744.0

Will all the existing AR-goggles models support your navigation program?

This is the idea of a synthetic vision. This will solve the problem when you try to go into a marine at night in a storm for example. A map is displayed to the AR-googles, all the nuances of navigation and collected data from onboard systems. AR-googles will go on sale only if we reach the hard cap. Now we can not discuss the subject of glasses.

What is the cost for BoatGod going to be?

BoatGod module is on developing stage at the moment, and it is quite difficult to fix the price for the module before the start of TGE. The situation with the price will have been clear by 3rd quarter of 2018 as we begin BoatGod module delivery to corporate clients in Europe according to our Road Map.

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February 03, 2018, 11:03:34 PM
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You've said BoatPilot is a chartplotter, and it a little bit differs from a navigator. So why don`t you work like a regular navigator?
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February 04, 2018, 06:15:20 AM
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I know that the maps are very heavy, the same Mediterranean, you say that you have covered this region, it can weigh more than 10 gigabytes. I've came across this problem, and what did you do not to lose the quality of the cards?
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February 04, 2018, 06:42:32 AM
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Are you going to put into paid features as premium account for pulling the ads in the app?
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February 04, 2018, 06:51:16 AM
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Hi! Thanks a lot for questions!

I know that the maps are very heavy, the same Mediterranean, you say that you have covered this region, it can weigh more than 10 gigabytes. I've came across this problem, and what did you do not to lose the quality of the cards?

The reason is that most data suppliers (for example, OSM) are bloated and lack optimal storage structures. For example, a coastline contour can be encoded as 1,000 curves with a resolution of 1 meter, but it is much more efficient to present it as 10 curves with a resolution of 100 meters without significant loss of accuracy. Depth charts can be presented with a vertical resolution of 0.1 meters, which is also clearly excessive for the private yachting sector. Additionally, using several data suppliers means that part of the information is duplicated. All of the above raise reasons for optimization to make the database usable on mobile devices. One of the ways we choose to solve the size problem is by using variable resolutions depending on depth. For example, having 1-meter resolution for depths up to 5 meters, and raising the resolution as depth increases. This does not
affect navigational capabilities, but significantly enhances performance and reduces the amount of data stored and processed.

You've said BoatPilot is a chartplotter, and it a little bit differs from a navigator. So why don`t you work like a regular navigator?

Yes, BoatPilot is more like chartplotter, not navigator. Initially, the chartplotter is a paper map with depth. The usual navigators do not show the depth.

Are you going to put into paid features as premium account for pulling the ads in the app?

There are no plans for additional paid features at the moment.

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February 04, 2018, 07:33:59 AM
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If now i invest 50k usd, I will have 75% bonus ? if now i invest 100k usdt , I will have 1.428.571 navi and 100% bonus = total 2.857.142 navi coin. Am I right?
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February 04, 2018, 07:48:12 AM
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Charter business is interested in the possibility of remote control of the vessel, your BoatGod gives such an opportunity? earlier you've written that he is close to smart things
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February 04, 2018, 07:55:37 AM
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I checked address Token smart-contract, and sale smart contract in etherscan.io, but I don`t see navi token balance your wallet ?
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February 04, 2018, 08:26:40 AM
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Thanks for asking!

If now i invest 50k usd, I will have 75% bonus ? if now i invest 100k usdt , I will have 1.428.571 navi and 100% bonus = total 2.857.142 navi coin. Am I right?

It is correct — you're gonna get 75% bonus (extra tokens). Yes, you are absolutely right.

Charter business is interested in the possibility of remote control of the vessel, your BoatGod gives such an opportunity? earlier you've written that he is close to smart things

We are developing a hardware module called BoatGod, which allows a navigation program installed on a tablet computer to connect to onboard networks, thereby providing the ability to analyze information and receive/send data to the onboard network. Additionally, BoatGod users will be able to control onboard devices such as the vessel's autopilot, engine, onboard lighting, and media system. With BoatGod, skippers will be able to monitor the status of all the vessel's systems and manage them. We also plan to give BoatGod capabilities to remotely control NMEA-compatible devices.
The end users of these solutions are not only private owners, but also large charter companies interested in remotely monitoring all onboard systems, from electronic devices to engines, of vessels currently in use by their clients.
BoatGod will allow users to fully control the vessel, collect and analyze geo-information to refine navigational data, and quickly obtain navigational information synchronized with personal mobile devices.

I checked address Token smart-contract, and sale smart contract in etherscan.io, but I don`t see navi token balance your wallet ?

Yes, the total supply is not displayed on the token contract. If you want to see how many tokens are provided on the contract for sale in the Private Placement and TGE phases, you can call a method firstStageTotalSupply and secondStageTotalSupply on the sale smart-contract and get all the information.

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