Race Monitor gives racers and spectators alike, the ability to view live timing from hundreds of races and tracks around the world over the internet, or you can view live timing directly from a MyLaps, Westhold, or MotoSponder timing system via the RMonitor protocol.
With Race Monitor's live timing, you can view racer lap times as they occur, group racers by category (if multiple classes are racing at the same time), and sort by race position or qualifying position.
Want access to live timing for all the races? Simply sign up for a live timing subscription to view live timing from hundreds of races around the world. (A subscription is required to access live timing for most races.)
** Connections directly to an RMonitor server provided by a track may require that you be connected to the track's wireless network **
An in-app upgrade to Race Monitor Plus is available which will unlock additional features including a Heads Up Display for racers (includes historical lap times), and Racer Alerts to let you know when a racer you're following goes on track.
To use, simply connect your Android device to the AMB decoder via a wireless connection (ask your race organization). Start the app and enter the IP address of the decoder.
-Minor UI fixes
-Fix for those not seeing race times (please email me feedback)
- Major performance improvements
- Should handle large grids (up to 300 entries)
- GUI updates
- Lap graphs
- Better Jelly Bean support
- Bug fixes
- More bug fixes
- Several bug fixes
- Basic lap history view added
- Interface updates/fixes
- Sorting options
- Data logging
- lots of bug fixes
TimingBeam can record lap times generated by multiple DCD transpondeRs simultaneously. It offers an intuitive and easy-to-use user interface for logging lap times, managing sessions and their corresponding countdown timers, rendering lap time charts, generating verbal lap time reporting in realtime, … and many more.
TimingBeam is portable and it allows immediate access to your vital lap timing data through your Android device while you are still at the drivers’ stand. TimingBeam speaks to you your successive lap times while you are racing your way through the field. TimingBeam keeps you informed about your performance lap-by-lap so that you can keep your eyes at your race car and focus at your racing.
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V2.0 Introducing the new feature of concurrent access by multiple Android devices and PCs
The evolution of TimingBeam continues and we have just raised the competitive bar to a new level.
With this unparalleled feature that enables a DCD TimeR to talk to multiple Android devices and PCs simultaneously, all drivers at the race track will be able to monitor their lap times and performances closely with their own Android devices. Moreover, as this feature is LapR-compatible, team managers, race control and spectators are also able to follow the race closely through their PCs running the DCD LapR software.
Seeing is believing. Here is a video that demonstrates how.
V1.1 New “lap-time splitting” feature introduced
Did you ever get frustrated because DCD TimeR fails to capture your lap time as your car pass through the finishing line? It is particularly annoying if you have just put in your best effort and you think you should have broken the lap record! Such situation happens when, for example, the line-of-sight is blocked by another car which prevents DCD TimeR from detecting the IR signal emitted by your transponder.
By leveraging the motion and audio sensors of your android device in an innovative way, we introduced this new “lap-time splitting” feature which enables you to notify TimingBeam about such miss-counting event so that TimingBeam will properly split the lap times the next time when DCD TimeR is able to pick up the IR signal from your transponder again. Of course, as both of your hands are busy with throttling and steering, you won’t be able to trigger such notification with them. Instead, you just need to hop lightly with, or speak directly to, your device to do so (a hands-free headset is recommended if you prefer the latter and, if you are using a bluetooth headset, A2DP profile support is required). What’s more, to avoid any triggering by mistake, you may also fine-tune the sensitivity and timing parameters to suit your preference.
WARNING: THIS APP IS ONLY USEFUL TO THOSE WHO HAVE ACCESS TO A DCD TimeR RC Lap Timing System. DO NOT BUY THIS APP IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO SUCH A SYSTEM.
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Has all the features of the standard Speed-Feed application plus:
Save unlimited feeds (for different tracks), Manually add and name transponders, position change alerts (you have changed position), position threat alert (you are about to loose position), categorise sessions (Practice, Qualifying, Final), Team communications (receive only).
The Team communications feature requires the use of the Speed-Feed-Comms app which transmits password protected voice data over a Wi-Fi network.
Compatible decoders include AMBrc Decoder, MYLAPS RC4 Decoder, AMBmx3 Decoder, TranX3 Decoder, ChipX Decoder and BIB Decoder.
Track My Laps does not rely on GPS so it is the perfect solution for those times when you are running inside. It keeps track of your laps and tracks your time, distance, speed, pace and calorie burn during your workout.
Enter in the number of laps per mile (or kilometer) and press start. Each time you complete a lap press the button. Your laps, time, distance, speed, pace and calories will all be calculated and displayed for you. You can tell Track My Laps how far you would like to run and it will notify you when you have reached your goal or you can just start running and let it know when your workout is finished.
Your current lap and elapsed time are displayed for easy reference. Your total time, laps, distance, calories, average pace and average speed are also displayed and updated during your workout.
Once your workout is complete you can view the all of the workout statistics:
*Date and time of the workout.
*Total time and distance of the workout.
*Maximum, minimum and average speed.
*Fastest, slowest and average pace.
*Breakdown of each lap including time, speed and pace.
Track My Laps keeps a history of all of your workouts. Workout history features include:
*View all previous workouts including overall statistics and per lap statistics.
*Ability to name your workouts in order to easily reference them at a later time.
*Sort your workouts so you can locate them easier.
Other features include:
*Your workout will pause automatically if you receive a phone call. You can restart your workout when you are finished.
*Set the phone to vibrate, play a tone, do both or do nothing so that you can be notified when a workout is finished.
*Switch positions of buttons on the workout screen to support left handed and right handed users.
Upgrade to Track My Laps Pro and get these additional features:
*Each workout will have a chart of the broken down by lap. You can view charts for your time, speed and pace.
*Compare workouts. Overall statistics and lap statistics are displayed side by side. You can also chart time, speed and pace for the workouts.
Try to beat your time:
*Pick a previous workout and try to beat it. Track My Laps will show your performance in comparison to the previous workout.
*At the end of the workout the two workouts will be shown side by side so you know how you did.
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About MYLAPS Live Timing
The official MYLAPS Live Timing application offers racers and spectators live race data during events that support this application.
With the MYLAPS Live Timing app you are able to view real-time passings of all participants, indication of best overall lap times, best personal lap times and flag color coding. You are able to sort the data by qualifying mode and race mode.
How does it work?
The MYLAPS Live Timing application streams a real time data feed from the timing system at the race event. When the event supports the MYLAPS Live Timing service, the feed can be provided to you in two ways:
•Via internet (Live Timing server) you will find your race in the menu on the first page of the Live Timing App.
•Via local wireless network (local Wi-Fi network) a track may require that you be connected to the track's wireless network. You need to enter the server IP address and port.
Tapping the event in the Live Events list will take you to the results screen. The software will try to select the appropriate session type based on available data, specifically the run name and the Laps To Go field, however, you can override the software by tapping the QUALIFY/RACE switch.
Check http://www.mylaps.com/en/mobile-apps for a quick start guide.