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STRIDE. Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges Executive Director, Racing. Steve Beason Executive Director, Information Technology. Objectives. S ectional T iming R acing I nformation D ynamic E ntertainment (STRIDE)

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STRIDE

Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges

Executive Director,

Racing

Steve Beason

Executive Director,

Information Technology


Objectives

  • Sectional Timing Racing Information Dynamic Entertainment (STRIDE)

  • HKJC is committed to provide the best services and world-class sports entertainment to its customers in order to maintain and generate their interest in horseracing


Benefits

  • Able to track the position of every runner in a race, in particular individual sectional times for better post-race analysis

  • Multimedia display on DV screen

  • All runner’s position in the race shown in sequence


Trial/Demo

  • STRIDE used on trial basis at Hong Kong International Races (HKIR) on 14 December 2003

  • Collect feedback and comments to aid future rollout plans


Race Sectional Time Report


Race Sectional Time Report


Race Sectional Time Report


Race Sectional Time Report

THE INTERNATIONAL SPRINT TRIAL 香港短途錦標預賽


Technology

  • A network of 31 RF transceivers are placed around the track

  • Every 80ms, they send an RF signal that detects a small transponder (tag) placed in the jockey's cap

  • The location processing server (LPS) then calculates the tag's location on the track

  • From the LPS, sectional times are captured, and tracking data is sent to the graphics systems for multimedia display

Tag front

Transceiver

Tag back


Our partner - ORAD

  • Headquarters in Israel with offices in the US, Germany, UK, Spain, Hong-Kong and Japan

  • World leader in real time virtual imaging processing technologies

  • First production system anywhere


System Overview


STRIDE tag

Technology


Timing Methods & Terminology

  • Finishing time (official)

    • Each horse’s race time

    • Generated from the photo finish system

  • Sectional times

    • Overall sectional time (for lead horse)

    • Individual sectional times

    • Both generated by STRIDE

  • Accumulated sectionals

    • Total of horse’s individual sectional times

    • Variance with official finishing time

  • Timing facts

    • 1 horse length is approximately 2.43 m

    • 1 horse length travelled in 0.158 sec

    • Difference between jockey’s cap and horse’s nose is approximately 0.05 sec


Timing Methods & Terminology

  • Finishing time and accumulated sectional times will not be the same

    • Taken from different systems

      • Photo finish time measured by horse’s nose

      • Accumulated sectional times measured by tag in jockey’s silk cap

  • System variance is +/- 10 cm

    • Average 0.02 sec per section

    • Average 0.08 sec per race


Timing Methods & Terminology

Start

Photo finish

Finishing time (1/10th sec)

Fromhorse’s nose

Gates open

Accumulated Sectionals (1/1000th sec)

Finish

Start

+

+

+

+

Section

Section

Section

+/- 10 cm

+/- 10 cm

+/- 10 cm

From jockey’s cap +/- 10cm

Gates open


Current time from photo finish


STRIDE Sectional

Variance

Official finishing time

Timing Methods & Terminology


Graphics

  • Cybersport

    • Generates the virtual sectional lines, and the virtual branding graphics


HKIR Demo

  • CyberGraphics

    • Generates the STRIDE “Dashboard”


STRIDE “Dashboard”


Next Steps

  • Follow up action – January 2004

  • Future rollout plans

  • Comments and feedback welcome

    Email : [email protected]


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