Scales to the largest events: The visualization is optimized for mobile devices broadcasting the largest sports events in real-time. E.g. predictive live tracking at München Marathon with 3,000+ participants in one event map racemap.com/player/muenchen-marathon-staffel-marathon-racemap_2019-10-13
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color of tracks and of markers,
points of interest with names, emojis or choose a pictogram,
contests and stages.
Viewport: set the initial view of your tracking map spectators see when loading the map.
mapbox style e.g. terrain, satellite, hybrid and dark,
longitude and latitude of the centre of the map,
zoom, direction, and pitch.
options to show a comprehensive visualization of the activities of many athletes,
live and replay in the same tracking map with one URL
Instant replay during the running event. Spectators skip bag to watch early scenes of the race and go back to live stream. Exciting and useful information is easily accessible for the speaker, event staff, and spectators. Replay the recorded race in fast motion during and after the event.
Net replay visualizes contests with differently starting athletes such as wave start or virtual race. Synchronize the recorded activities to replay all athletes together. Net replay simulates that all participants are together at the same time.
Progress on track: Activities from everywhere are pinned to a specific track. That way the markers move on this track, virtually. Spectators understand easily who is heading and participants protect their personal data as their real locations are not visible.
Search and filter in the list.
Select respectively hover athletes and points of interest in the list, in the map, or in the elevation profile.
An arrow moves on the track while hovering over the elevation profile.
Selected participants are highlighted as a flag and the visualization centers automatically.
The tail feature shows the recorded activity of a selected participant and the length corresponds to a set duration.
Spectators can display the race numbers of all participants in settings (can be set as default in event builder, also).
Live statistics for each participant:
distance from start,
accumulated ascent & decent,
distance to go and duration to finish (prediction),
Own location shows the location of your device in the tracking map, which is helpful for spectators and event staff at the race ground. Own location is visible on your device only and is not sent to our server.
If the leaderboard is activated the visualization provides a button to open real-time scoring & results.
If the sponsor logo is activated you can show a square logo and refer to the sponsor's website.
The visualization shows either the duration of the event or the corresponding time of the day