Features of visualization
Interactive map showing exciting information, live. Perfectly adapt the tracking map to your sports event and project.
The visualization of races and activities is optimized for mobile usage.
Upscaling to the largest events: The visualization is optimized for mobile devices broadcasting the largest sports events in real-time. Like predictive live tracking at München Marathon with 3,000+ participants in one interactive map https://racemap.com/player/MuenchenMarathon21-marathon
Or feed your own applications with real-time geodata using our APIs for live location data.
Interactive event map with different tracks & contests, start- & finish zone, and refresh points.
flags showing race number (left) and the name (right)
Points of interest (POI): Are displayed and selectable in the map, in the sidebar, and in the elevation chart.
Design points of interest - select a pictogram or a color, short name (incl. emojis) and long name
Group: eight different race courses in one visualization
Viewport: set the initial view of your tracking map spectators see when loading the map.
- Mapbox style e.g. terrain, satellite, hybrid, and dark, or choose custom map tiles
- Longitude and latitude of the center of the map,
- Zoom, direction, and pitch.
Live and replay in the same tracking map with one URL, comprehensive visualization of activities from many athletes
- geodata from everywhere (decentralized)
- geodata from any time
Instant replay during the running event. Skip back 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.
click and adjust the replay factor, slide back to early scenes of the competition
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.
Participants from a two weeks event are synchronized to the start location
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.
Activities from everywhere (left) displayed on one specific track (right)
Race recap: grey flag (001) moving on the track, white flag (006) lost the racecourse and comes back to the track 200 m behind 001
There are three options pinning flags to the track. Each option affects how dots are moving in the interactive map. Watch the above scene with differently pinned flags to the track.
- Magnetic (NEW): Within a 50 m distance from the track the flags are pinned to the track. Geodata with 50+ m distance is shown as raw coordinates. The grey flag moves smoothly through the curve (pinned to the track) and the white flag is shown beside the track (raw data).
- None: The visualization shows the coordinates as raw data. Disadvantage: Due to +/- 25 m accuracy of GPS devices, the locations don't precisely match the track and the grey flag cuts the curve.
- Always: The visualization always shows all coordinates on the track. For that reason, the grey flag moves smoothly through the curve. But the white flag is pinned to the track, also. It is not possible to see that the white flag lost track.
Search & select
search and select in tracking map
hover participantsnts & POIs in the list, elevation provile and in the map
filter participants in the visualization
- Filter and search participants and points of interest.
- An arrow moves on the track while hovering over the elevation profile.
- Selected participants are highlighted as a flag and the visualization centers automatically.
- Select respectively hover athletes and points of interest in the list, in the map, and in the elevation profile.
The tail feature shows the recorded activity of a selected participant. The length of the tail corresponds to the set duration. Purple tails for selected participants: https://racemap.com/player/dam-tot-damloop-home-edition-10em_2020
Spectators can display the race numbers of all participants in settings (can be set as default in event builder, also).
"show all flags"-option in player settings
useful information about the event
interactive elevation chart with points of interest, up to 1,000 dots
or use the elevation chart as 1D progress line
overtaken in a diagram
distance (gap) and duration of selected participants
real-time statistics for each participant:
- distance to go and duration to finish (prediction),
- accumulated ascent & decent,
- distance from start,
If the leaderboard is activated the visualization provides real-time scoring and results.
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.
Dynamic markers display the distance on the shadowtrack depending on zoom.
If the sponsor logo is activated you can show a square logo and refer to the sponsor's website.
The slider shows either the duration of the event or the time of the day in two moveable scales. The foreground represents the total duration of the event from start to end to quickly slide through the total event. The scale above shows a section of the total event duration. Zoom this scale to show 5min or 2hr depending on how accurate you want to place the time in the visualization.
two scales slider optimized for mobile usage
upcoming events show a countdown until start time of event