Onshore Viewing of Deviation/Timing Data
Sure-Path can transmit deviation and timing data at the end of each pass to a receiving application running on a Windows PC.
A link to the Windows application (version 2.5.1) can be downloaded here. After downloading the zip file, follow the instructions below:
- Extract the zip file contents to anywhere suitable on the PC.
- In the top level folder, run the "SurePathJudging.exe" file. Note: Windows Defender may well mark the application as "unsafe". If so, when the blue box pops up, click "More Info..." and choose "Run anyway".
- If Sure-Path is not integrating with the scoring software:
- Set the Scoring Server to "Sure-Path".
- Set the Event Name to something sensible and unique to you or your lake.
- If Sure-Path is integrating with the scoring software:
- Set the Scoring Server to "WaterSkiConnect"
- Set the Event Name to the tournament's sanction ID in the form YYNOCxxx where YY is the year, NOC is the country code and xxx is the numeric identifier for the competition. This MUST be set the same as in the scoring program.
- Ask the official scorer for the PIN required for the day. The PIN is only visible in the scoring software and changes day to day. This mechanism ensures that only authorised users are able to view the boat deviation and timing data remotely.
- Click the Connect button.
On the Rover phone, the Scoring Mode and Event name must match the settings on the Window app!
If connection to the scoring server is successful, deviation and timing data will be visible at the end of each pass. In the case of scoring integration, the judging application will also display the driver, skier, boat speed and rope length as these are changed in the scoring software.