Wow, where are they?

On the JOTA-JOTI Jamboree map we have used several photos of previous World Scout Jamborees. Can you find them all? In which campsite are they and from which World Jamboree?
Check out the site at www.jotajoti.info/jamboree-map and post your results on our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/jota.joti.wosm

Update from Trusted Partner Service Kring JOTA-JOTI

JOTA-JOTI is coming soon. We want to give you a status of our product sales of this moment.

The orders come in daily with big quantities. The last moment to order where you may count on receiving your products before the JOTA-JOTI is also quickly approaching.

The last day to order and pay your requested products is October 13. Later orders will be handled after JOTA-JOTI because our team is then also busy packing to prepare for their own JOTA-JOTI 2018.

At the moment already one product is completely sold out and that is the SPACE CRUISER.

The Badge will also be sold out very soon. Nametapes and the main kit for this year being the Claplight are available in large enough quantities so there will surely be material enough to expand your JOTA-JOTI with these nice kits. So order NOW please, and process payment before October 13.

Then we want to remind you all that many  solder kits are available throughout the whole year so any day could be a nice day to have a technology program with your Scouts of all ages.

All comments, suggestions, and ideas are always welcome on info@kitbuilding.org

Do have a nice JOTA-JOTI.

Service Kring JOTA-JOTI

Clean Your Cameras — JOTI.tv is Ready for JOTA-JOTI 2018

www.joti.tv is the JOTA-JOTI website to meet other Scouts from around the world. JOTI.tv together with ScoutLink, JOTI Radio and Service Kring is a trusted partner of JOTA-JOTI.

JOTI.tv offers Scouts three ways of communication through video and images. JOTIcafe, Digital Campfire and the Skype Address book.

The JOTIcafe is completely renewed, with a few clicks you can get in contact with Scouts around the world. Just like in a real café the JOTIcafe is a place to meet and have conversations though video calls. Show other scouts your club home, troop building, play a game of charades or explain the badges on your uniform.

What can’t be missed is the Digital Campfire. Super simple and easy to join and fun to see how many Scouts are online during JOTA-JOTI. Already hundreds of Scouts have added their photo to the Digital Campfire. The Digital Campfire is a great way to share your group, JOTA station, club home, troop building or other place to the rest of the world. What you need is a computer and a webcam, connect the Digital Campfire and let it run the whole weekend! Find it at https://www.joti.tv/digitalcampfire/

And of course the Skype Address book! A list of all Skype connected scouts organized by country. Also, if you like, you can join the JOTA-JOTI 2018 Skype group and use Skype for calling other scouts. For more information and to add your Skype address, go to https://www.joti.tv/portal/

JOTI.tv, we let you see JOTI”

Is there some room left on the map?

The JOTA-JOTI Radio base is preparing for the contacts between Scouts world-wide during the upcoming JOTA-JOTI. And there are quite a lot of stations. Not only radio ones, but also many internet ones. So it will be quite a busy weekend.

The World Scout Bureau will activate its main amateur radio station 9M4S in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Most of the WSB Regional support Centres will also take part. The Europe Support Centre will be represented by LX9S from Luxemburg this year.

Yes, there is some space left for you on the map to put your JOTA-JOTI station. You can sign up at the Main Gate here: www.world-jotajoti.info/jamboree-map.

Be fast…we have issued thousands of Jamboree tickets already. Get yours and join in the Travel-Free Jamboree.

 

JOTA and YOTA……

Some 20,000 licensed amateur radio operators will put 12,000 radio stations on the air with state-of-the-art technology for the upcoming JOTA-JOTI event. This offers an excellent opportunity for young radio amateurs to inspire young Scouts with the charms of radio techniques. And for Scouts to share their world with radio amateurs of (nearly) their own age.

The World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) and the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) have taken an initiative to bring young radio operators and young Scouts together.

One of the main activities for Scouts in this year’s JOTA-JOTI is to exchange badges (as electronic pictures) via Slow Scan Tele Vision (SSTV). With the target to let them experience a different technique combined with a well-known Scout activity to swap badges. SSTV has become so much more accessible with a laptop or smartphone and some software, combining the radio and the digital world. It is in particular for this activity that young amateur radio operators can play an important role in making the connections and discovering the possibilities of SSTV.

So how do you do this? Read all the details here: Young amateurs and JOTA-JOTI 2018.

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