This is a fully functional demo version of the software with a built-in "riders simulator". You need to install these files with a user that has full Administrator Privileges.
USING Java JRE
First check to see if your computer has Java JRE installed. Simple open the Command Prompt window and type "java -version" to see if your computer already has the file installed. If your computer does not have Java JRE installed, then download the jre-8u201-windows-x86.exe file by clicking on the download link at the bottom of this page and install it.
CREATE THE DATA BASE
The first thing you will need to do after starting the MOTSPONDER application is to create the database.
CREATE THE EVENT
LOAD THE EVENT
Now you can enter racers into the system. The minimum information for each racer is the First and Last Name, Transponder ID (auto assigned if left blank), and the Racer's Number, Make, and Class. The racer simulator outputs lap times every 2 minutes. The Demo version of the software has a built-in simulator that simulates racers passing the RFID reader/antenna at the finish line every 2 minutes. When you Start Capture all the racers you have entered in a Race Group will be started with 1-second interval between each. The simulated racers will continue to complete laps every 2 minutes until you click Stop Capture. The lap times for each racer on the Live Capture window will update every 2 minutes until Stop Capture is clicked.
Although this demo will give you a feel for the race management software capabilities, the real strength of the MOTOSPONDER system is our hi-performace, state-of-the-art reader, exclusive high-grade antenna, and the superior transponder tags we use.
MOTOSPONDER exclusively uses the latest RFID technology to ensure the system has the best detection capability. The antennas and tags are THE MOST important aspect of an RFID system and MotoSponder uses the best tag (most sensitive) and antenna on the market tod