We have a plan to overhaul our Free Photo Platform over the next 6 months. Some of the changes will be cosmetic and some on the infrastructure side so we can make the photos more available, more searchable and part of more applications. We released the first phase yesterday, which were mostly cosmetic changes in... Continue Reading →
Jamie Orr, founder of Run The East, a Greenville, North Carolina based race timing and event management service provider recently completed RunSignup's RaceDay Certification program. We noticed he was making full use of the various RaceDay Suite of Technology that RunSignup offers. So, we checked in with him to get some insights that we could... Continue Reading →
The Endurance Industry’s Next Generation Scoring Solution We’ve just launched our new RaceDay Scoring software solution for the endurance event industry. After twenty-two months of development and user testing, the RaceDay Scoring production release is now available for timers to score events across the country. Our RaceDay Scoring is the race industry’s next generation in... Continue Reading →
RunSignUp’s RaceDay Photos platform is now being delivered in RaceJoy’s race day mobile app. Participants can now have quick access to their race day photos in addition to RaceJoy’s live tracking and cheer sending. A free and open platform, RunSignUp’s RaceDay Photos enables race organizers, photographers or timers with the ability to easily manage their... Continue Reading →
Starting today, photo views are now being tracked on a per location basis with the new RunSignUp Analytics engine.
Quick! Add Photos to your Race! They generate 6 times more interest (page views) than Results: Photos: 41 Views per participant Results: 7 Views per participant The Scott Coffee Race was the race that RunSignUp was originally inspired by. This year we were able to keep track of photo and sponsor views with the new... Continue Reading →
We use Google Vision to automatically tag photos in our Race Day Photo platform. We are collecting more data on what works best and what does not. We've had one race have bad tagging results with Google Vision reading the "7" as a "1" in many photos. For example, a bib would be tagged as... Continue Reading →
Just a couple of interesting stats. Races have loaded over 38,000 Sponsors into our Sponsor Management System. Best Damn Race in New Orleans recently uploaded over 15,000 photos for their race. 64% of those photos were tagged with our Google Vision software. Not all of these tags were correct, and not all photos had tags... Continue Reading →