Smartune is a product developed by Cyclops Marine, a British company bringing together professional engineers and sailors to develop smart fittings and systems
Smartune is a product developed by Cyclops Marine, a British company bringing together professional engineers and sailors to develop smart fittings and systems that deliver the information crews need to race, manage and maintain the sophisticated structures of a modern yacht’s rig, foils and equipment.
We run an active design team developing sensors, fittings and software, and have a network of suppliers across the aerospace and nuclear industries to give us the advanced manufacturing capacity to deliver smart fittings and systems quickly and reliably.
All our smart fittings are individually proof-tested and calibrated in identical load configurations to your yacht, meaning you can trust the data ‘straight out of the box’.
Based in Cambridge UK, we are closely linked to a network of researchers giving us early access to new ideas and technologies for our next generation of products and systems.
New Office Cyclops Marine completed the exciting move to larger premises in Farnbourgh, located amongst technical firms such as Airbus & QinetiQ. We will greatly benefit from local Aerospace and Specialist Automotive resources and the proximity to our product assembly partners and testing in the Solent. We are now situated in:Cyclops MarineA2 G005Cody Technology…
Smartune featured in Seahorse Magazine Smartune is featured in the November 2019 edition of Seahorse Magazine. The article can be found on page 82, or here. ‘Bolt On Speed’ is all about our flagship product, Smartune Uno, which brings grand prix technology to yachts of all sizes, enabling accurate forestay tension measurement.
Why forestay SAG is a critical factor in upwind speed Getting the optimum speed and performance from your yacht, especially upwind, comes down to a combination of many factors. One of the most important variables is forestay ‘sag’, but why is this so critical? Eddie Warden-Owen, RORC CEO, former sailmaker and America’s Cup coach explains:…