a comprehensive, flexible, feature rich and brandable interactive map for live event tracking

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now with Virtual/Remote race tracking

virtual racing

virtual
  • real or imaginary courses
  • replay from submitted times
  • live tracking - manual and/or transposed GPS
  • additional race category for normal events

tracking

tracking
  • popular race types and custom builds
  • multiple concurrent races
  • projections, etas and replays
  • live timing data - static and mobile

mapping

mapping
  • detailed race routes
  • extensive feature set
  • layers and collections
  • time and zoom level options

guides

guides
  • race tours with estimated paces
  • full event schedule
  • athlete and spectator guides
  • more than just race day

styles

styles
  • style app and content
  • style map and features
  • custom layouts and tailored content
  • no compromise on your existing branding

courses

actual
  • track against your events real/original courses
imaginary
  • track against imaginary courses - factual or fictional
remote
  • allow racers to build, and accurately measure, their own local courses
  • private not public - for distance measurements only
  • our approach eliminates GPS device distance travelled errors, accurately measures progress along known tracks and as such provides a platform for true virtual racing

level 1: replay

collate times
  • collect and collate finish times from participants over defined period - short or extended
playback
  • replay against race clock - during and/or after data collection

level 2: live - simple

collect times
  • collect live participant times - fixed or racer specific split distances via a convenient method
playback
  • live, catch-up and full replay options available

level 3: live - comprehensive

remote courses
  • build course at racers remote location - equal length to event course but bespoke configuration
manual
  • splits at convenient racer specific locations
GPS
  • GPS points accurately matched to distance on remote course and transposed to main event playback

timing systems

static
  • stream live from ChronoTrack, Race|Result, MyLaps, J-Chip timing systems
mobile
  • for more fine-tuned timing the use of Race|Result trackboxes, both static and mobile, with active transponders is also supported
  • additional GPS timing data options available

event & race types

running
  • all distances including marathons, half marathons, trail runs and ultras
multisport
  • triathlons, duothons, aquabikes and other multi-segment combinations
other
  • nordic skiing, MTBs, mud runs, obstacle courses and stage based races
series
  • fully featured map based landing page for multi-event series

estimates & projections

estimates
  • average, or event specific, divisional estimates - used for course guides and pace until first split for live racers
projections
  • racers' current progress projected using last known pace and location

other

leaderboards
  • live leaderboards - overall, division and split
elevation
  • course elevation profiles with gain and loss
units
  • distance and pace units configurable dependent on discipline - eg mile, km & m - mph, min/mile, min/100m
start & finish
  • mass and chip starts, gun and chip finish times, first past the post and time trials
multi race
  • if a multi-race event all races are tracked, and displayed, concurrently

markers, paths & overlays

courses & timing
  • simple & complex (multi-segment, laps and loops) course routes accurately mapped
  • distance markers - from start/to finish - frequency dependent on discipline and zoom level
  • timing locations - actual and estimated times for all tracked racers
  • mobile trackboxes - current location (and status) plus previous route
event
  • event specific markers, paths and overlays
racers
  • current location, projected using last known pace and location, for all tracked racers
  • mobile timing - latest GPS and mobile trackbox location plus previous readings
etas
  • "you are here" - spectators (auto)locating themselves on the map can get estimated times of arrival of their tracked racers
  • etas to any point on the course(s) are also available
other assets
  • in addition to racers other assets, eg key personnel & video bikes, can also be tracked if GPS option used

labels & infowindows

labels
  • all features can have associated labels with titles and additional content - which can be fixed or dynamic
infowindows
  • where labels are not enough pop-up infowindows can also be implemented - again these can contain static or dynamic content

layers and collections

layers
  • group similar features in layers - eg water/food stations, parking, music
collections
  • group related features in collections - eg start/finish zones

zoom & time

zoom
  • all features' display, content and styling can be sensitive to the maps current zoom level
time
  • all features' display, content and styling can be sensitive to the current race clock

races

courses
  • timed course guides using category/division based estimates
  • individual racer estimates can also be used if provided
  • course routes can be styled to reflect surface - eg paved, trail, snow cover

event

athlete
  • create an interactive athlete guide with key itinery items such as check in, bag drop and start times/waves
spectator
  • spotlight cheer zones, good (and bad) viewing spots and event infomation for spectators
all
  • entertainment, food and drink
  • transport, parking and road closures
  • accomodation and sightseeing
links
  • add links for external resources and sponsors

app appearance

general
  • reflect your own style by applying your palette, backgrounds, borders and fonts to the map wrapper and content
sponsors
  • show sponsors in various placeholder locations including headers, footers, homepage, labels and infowindows

map background

base display
  • customise the presentation of the base map, changing display of background features eg roads & landscape
links

map features

markers
  • combine symbols, points, lines, icons and offsets to build custom display styles
  • event or theme based icon sets, style sheets and images
paths
  • display as solid, dashed, dotted, double, doubleDashed, arrowed or other
  • use different styles for separate course sections - allowing surface to be shown and/or highlighting of particular segments
labels & infowindows
  • simple titles and content rich labels and infowindows
  • built using HTML templates and styled with CSS
feature highlight
  • default, highlight (hover) and focused (click) styles and content display
  • currently focused race course/segment highlighted

advanced

extra content
  • display event specific non standard content via json, html templating and css
embeddable
  • as a webapp racemyrace event, and event series, pages can be embedded in apps and websites
if you would like to know more about how RaceMyRace can put your event on the map please contact us below