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7.1 Simulate a Race with Timing & Scoring

If you would like to do a real-life simulation, you can use this manual to set up a (test) race. This is an easy way to ensure all timeline settings are configured correctly and it allows you to practice with live data.  

1) Set up a (test) race

2) Prepare Timing & Scoring

3) Perform live test

 

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1. Set up a (test) race

Go to https://eventcms.sporthive.com

Create at least one (test) race

Import (or draw) a course for this race

Create at least two timelines within that race

  • Make sure the location names in Timing&Scoring match with the timeline names in the EventCMS

Before you can start a test event you need to ensure everything is configured correctly. You can do this in the Event CMS Config Timer Setup.

 

2. Prepare Timing & Scoring

Set up Timing & Scoring, create all your locations

Add an Offline device to all your locations

Select File import device

Click on the Settings tab and click Import read lite file

Download the T&S test data (see Config Timer Setup > scroll to T&S Simulation, right side of page)

Now add the correct Files you have downloaded 

Add exporter and click TCP / IP Exporter

Click small Gear icon to open the Plug-In Settings for TCP/IP Exporter window 

Enter live-ingress.sporthive.com in the IP-address / hostname field

Keep 3097 in the ports field

Ensure Auto Reconnect and Export Markers are both checked

Enter the CMS Credentials (can be found in CMS under Config > Timer set up) in username and password fields

Click Ok to save

Connect the Exporter with the timelines

 

Please refer to the Timing&Scoring tutorial to get you started.

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3. Perform live test

Click Public Site or open your EventApp

Go to Live Tracking

Search for your test participants

 

Now you’re ready for the real test :-)

Connect the TCP/IP Exporter in T&S

Click rewind on the start location or add real passings

Add Gunshot

 

Ensure you see the test participant change status in the live-tracking view. This can take up to 15 seconds.

 

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