Ori-Live

Ori-Live is a distributed and modular computer system, including software and hardware for the tracking and real-time coverage of live sports events particularly orienteering sports.

From intermediate and final times capture to public comment and media availability, Ori-Live covers all areas of screening, monitoring and media coverage of the competition.

  • Client/server and multi-user Software.
  • Intermediate timing tracking by wireless (GSM) and cable (RS-232).
  • Wireless timing devices with high autonomy.
  • SportIdent Compatible.
  • Intermediate times, splits, partial averages, predictions, views and alerts speaker support.
  • Can be integrated with the OS and MT from SportSoftware with real time data synchronization.
  • Multimedia software with super-imposed graphics for results, split times, timings and images on large screens.
  • On-line real-time results.



Ori-Live is compatible with the SportIdent electronic control systems (Emit and ChampionChip are in implementation) and provides tracking of intermediate and final times by cable (for distances up to 1200m) and via GSM and GPRS (within the coverage cell in each location).

In the context of wireless communications Ori-Live has autonomous GSM devices with its own embedded software allowing communications between the monitored stations and the arena in an effective and optimized manner.

Ori-Live also offers full integration with SportSoftware event management sotware, particularly with the MT and OS, allowing the use of the same information and data used by the event organization.

Despite the tight integration with management software from third parties Ori-Live is not dependent on them for its operation, so in alternative scenarios Ori-Live can exist independently functioning only on its own backoffice.

Ori-Live is a distributed and modular system, composed of several autonomous components with specific functions within the system and can be scaled in an network infrastructure dispersing the processing effort by several terminals. This modularity and dispersion also allow us to use multiple instances of the same components in different terminals allowing for simultaneous control and monitoring by different operators. The modularity of the system allows us to adapt to different scenarios using, dispensing and adjusting each component in a particular way to each situation and event.

  • The purpose of this system is to serve event organizations with a monitoring system that can provide both public and athletes a real-time view of the competition as it takes place at every moment.
  • It also allows the presentation of a greater quantity and greater wealth of information on the event with a closer relationship with the athletes in competition.
  • Allows a change in the way of watching a orienteering race, with the ability of the athletes to follow the courses and athletes already or still in competition and a possible increase in the non-athlete attendence of these venues.

 

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