EN 1651:1999 — Paragliding equipment — Harnesses — Safety requirements and strength tests
EN 12491:2001 — Paragliding equipment — Emergency parachutes — Safety requirements and test methods
The first sensor signals (S1) are characteristic of whether or not the paraglider (1) is located in a stable position above the paragliding person (7).
The invention can be used in particular for flight sails, in particular paragliders.
A fabric material useful for sports, such as paraglider, hang glider and yacht sail.
The paraglider (1, 1a) has a stagnation point (S) during flight in the area of the leading edge (2), as viewed in the profile.
The invention further relates to a path guidance system for determining control standards for controlling the parachute or paraglider.
A support which resiliently supports at least one of an upper wing and a lower wing constituting a canopy of a paraglider.
The invention relates to a simulator for hanggliders or parachutes, which is used to simulate the interaction between the pilot and a braking line of the hangglider or of a parachute.
The invention relates to an improved ram air inflating lifting body (1) such as a para-foil.
Rigging lines or stays may be attached to the transverse ribs, particularly for making a slope flight apparatus similar to a slope gliding parachute, of high slenderness and transportable folded in a rucksack.
It also comprises a control unit and an actuator (8') for acting on the cable (5') and thus for simulating the influences of the hangglider or parachute on the braking line.