Application features: an overview
is based on the usage of a flexible and modular software
, technologically specialized on mobile tracking, yet functionally designed to cover a wide range of specific cases thanks to the possibility to set several user parameters (e.g.: each customer can, at will, define one or more lists of reason codes for "actions / events" to be used to track the flow of goods). Nevertheless, Traceland is available to evaluate the opportunity to develop integrations or customizations to suit individual customers´ needs
The application is built around a relational database, whose fundamental entities in the case of Track´n´Win
- Activities, i.e.: individual competitions or training stages.
- Events / states / actions etc. , classifiable in their own way by customers, and whose data details be collected along the time and across the space in multiple ways and through different channels, with special reference to usage of mobile devices. These data do track the history of activities (see above) for each single athlete, including competitors (trainers may want to track also known data about them, for benchmarking purposes).
- Links between activities, usable to define chains, groups of trees of activities that can facilitate subsequent data analysis (e.g.: analyze a specific datum across all training stages conducted in preparation of a given competition).
- Athletes, to whom actions, positions (and, therefore, speed, course, etc..) and context data are referred and who can be also classified in groups and subgroups (e.g. by age, category etc..).
- Tracking agents, i.e.: those taking care of entering the data pertaining the athletes (depending on the circumstances, it could be the athletes themselves and/or coaches).
- The activity programs assigned to the subject of active or passive tracking. (eg campaigns training, championships, or when a single attachment that has been divided into several stages, etc..)
Around these data entities the application works as described in the first section – base features page.