Given the specificities of an orienteering event
in the Trail-O modality, I have created an ad hoc program to manage
the configuration of the events, the annotation of the responses
of the participants and the preparation of results. In this case,
it is a program developed in Java language.
New (nov-2022). Created an installer (Windows) to be able to update more easily when there are changes. If you had already manually installed the application, when you run the installer for the first time you must select the folder where it is already installed. This will not delete event data or specific settings, it will only update what is necessary.
ANT has changed the results format several times. The last change has been made in versión 4.10.4. This program has been updated to acept all the formats. Last checked ANT versión is 4.11.1. The modifications have been necessary in the server part so it is not necessary to reinstall the program
Last update: 11/13/2023
Uses log file instead showing console messages. ControlOPrecision.log in logs folder.
Showing the console can be avoided by launching ControlOPrecision.vbs instead of ControlOPrecision.bat
Fixed a bug that prevented the annotation of readings from radio controls if no result calculation had yet been made
Note: server change, October 2022
Due to a change in the contracted hosting service, it is necessary to ensure that in the configuration tabs of the remote servers (Configuration -> Remote Servers, Radiocontrols, Tx markings and ANT tabs), the server field contains the value 'www.jaruori.es' instead of 'jaru.ignitiondomain.com' (without the quotes)
ANT is a mobile app for the timing and response writing in timed controls
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Reuse of the infrastructure of radiocontrols (CPI) to receive, save
and transmit data from ANT
Integration in the Trail-O management system. Implemented April, 2019.
Translation into Spanish, made during confinement by COVID-19,
from the latest IOF Technical Guidelines document,
which dates from 2014. The FEDO is awaiting the release of a new updated IOF document (the
last published by the FEDO is 2009)
Although designed for the Elite category, it is a very useful document to understand the way of conceiving and solving the controls of a Trail-O competition