Event Management System
Streamlining processes and decisions
An outstanding athletic performance is always the face of any successful sporting event. However, anyone who has ever been involved in the organization of a competition – regardless of its size and scope – knows that what goes on behind the scenes dramatically influences how an event is perceived.
Knowing that issues like technology, staffing, and planning should never distract attention from the sports event itself, Swiss Timing has developed an Event Management System, a comprehensive yet efficient and economical solution that creates logical connections among all the aspects of the competition and event management.
TThis integrated system uses state-of-the-art client-server technology that makes relevant information available to an organizing committee’s event managers, thus accelerating management processes and decisions.
Event management requires the coordination of a complex range of activities. A vast amount of data has to be recorded and processed. The Swiss Timing Event Management System gives everyone involved in a sporting event an easy overview of all relevant information.
Registration and accreditation sub-system
We have developed a sub-system dedicated specifically to registration, accreditation, and sport entries that allows the efficient gathering of relevant data to confirm the credentials of international federations, athletes, volunteers, and the media. This information can then be provided for the production of accreditation badges.
Central results database
A central results database stores all competition-related information including reports sent by on-venue timing and scoring systems. In addition, the database allows the management of further data such as schedules, medal standings, competition background, news, venues, weather, and more.
Result information sub-system
A result information sub-system tracks schedules, participants, start and results lists, and medal tables. These can be transferred immediately to the central results database and accessed by the press or VIPs at any venue via Intranet terminals or by Internet on their PCs. Fans can also follow the competition on their own PCs to find out how their favourite athlete (or country) has performed in a specific event.