Vik'Azimut is an android application that facilitates the practice of orienteering. It replaces the map, the compass and the control card.
The course consists of a series of control points marked on the terrain with an International Orienteering Federation (IOF) flag that contains an NFC and QrCode. The orienteer uses the application to find their way using the map and the QrcOde or NFC readers to validate the control points.
At the end of the course, the application displays some statistics: the total time, the split times and the course trace on the map.
The application comes in two modes. A race mode where the orienteer is not helped for his position and a walk mode where the orienteer is positioned on the map in real time.