Download free trial of the ultimate race management software - www.AgeeRaceTiming.com
I'm trying to get the word out about a new program that I believe is the best race timing software on the market. It's easy to use and includes features not found in any other product on the market. There is no maintenance cost, free software upgrades, and you'll save 25% on your online registration compared to using RacesOnline. This program was developed to do everything a race director needs to do to have a well organized and successful event.
You can download a free trial and learn more about the software on my website: www.AgeeRaceTiming.com.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Its said free ,but they have a limited use like online registration form? and so on. We need to try out the full strength or capabilities of this software and to get more familiarise.. thanks
Originally Posted by Brian_Agee
I hope I can clear up any confusion.
The free trial is exactly what it says it is, a trial version. It never expires and it lets you play with all features offered by the software, however you're correct that it doesn't allow for online registration or for you to time your event. These features are only included in the full version.
Unlike other programs you'll find on the web, there is no yearly maintenance and you get free support and software upgrades for life. As far as I can tell this is the first do-it-all software on the market that provides you with a seamless application for setting up and maintaining an event website, importing online registrants, and event timing. With the MapMyRun built into the software, the Canon DSLR interface for automatic finish line photos, registration forms created by the software, and all of the other features listed on my website I think you'll find this software provides the easiest and best solution for race directors.
Let me know if you need any more information.
I was planning on making this available on my website soon anyways, so I'll go ahead and give it you a beta version of the Online Registration version of my software. It's free to download and use - it's the trial version with Online Registration enabled.
After downloading it send me the Numbers that appear on the License Key screen and I will send you the license key by email. This is required so that I can block any users that are posting inappropriate content to my website.
I will try it too. I will send you an e-mail
Just had a thought: After you've downloaded it, created a race, and submitted it online. I can add between 20 and 30 people to your event so that you can test importing online registrants.
I tried it but the cannot submitted online.. cannot use the full capabilities on the program compare to RUNSCORE.
Also, cannot find it the importing the excell file so that its easy to encode instead of one by one.
I will try it one more time once i gave it to you the licence key.. Also, What kind of RFID can they use? how about the off the shelf RFID reader? thanks
You haven't downloaded the Online Registration version because you haven't asked me for a license key yet. I just now released version 1.5 about 2 minutes ago, so follow the link I provided above and send me the access code that appears when you run the program for the first time. I will send you the license key and then you can try submitting your event for online registration - after I see it submitted I will throw in some "dummy" registrants that you can import into the software.
As for importing from excel, there is no need since the online registration and software work seamlessly together.
As for the RFID package - my objective was to find the most economical hardware that would provide top of the line results and reliability. I want to give race directors, running clubs, or timing companies their own chip timing equipment for an affordable price (less than $2,500). The most reliable and least expensive hardware is listed on my about page: http://www.ageeracetiming.com/about/
If you read the specs on the equipment I'm using and look at other systems that offer the same read rate and number of antennas I think you'll find my system cost around a 1/3 of anything else on the market.
With this chip timing package the user can use anything from the $0.10 peel and stick (wet inlay) to stick on each bib number or you can use the expensive inlays that are built into the bibs (~ $0.80 each). I also want to give the user freedom on how they set up their antenna - they could stand them on tables near the finish line or build their own arch if they want - I just want to provide reliable and easy to use hardware and let the end user set it up as they choose.
Oh, and one final note just to be clear. Users can buy their own inlays (or UHF chips). I will provide the first 500 of the peel and stick wet inlays (wet inlays just means that the chip is mounted on an adhesive strip) if they want. So once they own the equipment the only expense they will have is when they need to buy more rfid tags - and they can buy them from whichever manufacturer they want. I wouldn't be surprised to see wet inlays selling for $0.01 in the near future.
My software is built to give race directors of small and medium sizes races (races with less than 1000 participants - which is probably well over 90% of all races) all the tools they need to have a well organized and successful event. Also they will be able to give more money to their charity/cause because they'll be saving money with their online registration and because they will not have to hire a timing company to come out for their event. They can buy it once and use it forever with no additional fees.
I originally developed this for personal use because I didn't like that I had to choose between the card system and hiring a timing company. After I developed it many people wanted me to come time their event. After timing about 30 or 40 events with it I decided to put it online so that people can use it to time their own events. After all, I'd rather be racing on the weekend instead of timing the race. I work for a company where I develop police and public safety software, so I didn't develop this to make a living, I really wanted to provide a good option for race directors so that they don't have to choose between the card system, hiring a timing company, or using some other old, expensive, and complicated software that you can find on the internet.
Last edited by Brian_Agee; 02-29-2012 at 11:21 AM.
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