--- CTS Doc ---
The course timing system has been successfully used at the spring 2019 CHCCS ARDF events.
There were four events, three 80 m classics and one combine sprint / foxoring event.
This is very exciting.
The course timing system documentation is being kept on our website
because Kelly and I needed a central place to keep track of things
as we develop the system.
You're welcome to look through it
but it's not setup for others to use yet.
In the future,
this will become the documentation site for
people that would like to build or use the course timing system.
Home for this documentation work:
I just pulled in documentation from a bunch of different projects
and put it in this one place.
So much needs to be reorganized.
But it's a start : )
Check maurochs for ipros that haven't been included yet.
The course timing system (CTS) consists is a system to electronically record participant arrival times at orienteering and ARDF controls.
Runners use RFID cards (rcards) to punch controls they find.
When done, they punch a download box to see their results.
- foxp - field box firmware.
- cts evpro live
- software for download station.
It runs on a raspberry pi at events or on a PC at home.
- foxom - KiCad project for field boxes.
- RFID cards.
- acanthis - The firmware for the main master box (cts-18m) as of 2019-06-15
- rploggerhead - Raspberry Pi.
It runs the cts-evpro software and acts as a wireless access point to show results.
- Two master control boxes (MCB).
- Many field (or fox) control boxes (FCB).
- A Raspberry Pi to act as a download box.
- Other hardware small hardware like chargers.
- redpoll_ - For MCB cts-1m.
- foxp - For FCB.
- foxom - Kicad projects for FCB PCBs.
- acanthis - Firmware for MCB 2 that runs connected to a laptop.
- cts_evpro - Software that runs on laptop at event to record RFID card downloads and display results.
This is the current latest repoll and was loaded onto the MCT (?).
It's currently in 2017 ipro 0214v05d.