Judging system for rhythmic gymnastics

All-Russian Federation of rhythmic gymnastics
rhythmic gymnastics
  • to create a distributed system for the preparation of the competition, the introduction of marks by the judges during the competition, the approval of the marks by the chief judge and the printing of the scoring sheets
  • to lay the opportunity in the next stage to unload the collected applications from the cloud, publish the results in the cloud, on the scoreboard, in the info kiosk
  • to lay the opportunity in the next stage to display video and photo of the performances in addition to the result
  • for judging, a program developed on MS Access in 2000 was used
  • the program was generally single-user - it was only the chief secretary
  • the scores from judges after each performance came on paper cards
  • workplace for the chief secretary
  • workplace for the issuing judge
  • workplace for the judge (2 panels of 10 judges each)workplace for the line judge (2 judges)
  • workplace for the timekeeper
  • workplace for the responsible judge
  • workplace for the referee (2 panels of 4 judges each)
  • workplace for the chief judge
  • workplace for the video stream processing
  • workplace for the photographer
  • infokiosk (viewing protocols and media content for participants with the option of purchasing)workplace for the seller
  • scoreboard
  • site of the competition (a local site, access to which participants receive by wi-fi)
3 months
  • the chief secretary sets up the competition (introduces the participants, draws lots, forms the teams, creates the schedule)
    result: schedule, start score sheet
  • the responsible judge indicates in the system which participant is on the carpet
    result: judges may assess the participant who completed the performance
  • judges and referees allot the marks
    result: the chief judge sees the work of judges in real time
  • the chief judge approves the mark received from the judges taking into account the opinion of the referee
    result: the mark and the place taken are available to inform participants
  • the system supports two panels of judges, and some judges (for example, judges e1-e6) maybe common - to judge all participants in a row
  • the system allows you to “mix” in one team athletes competing in different categories (for example, you can combine in one team two categories of competitors who compete only without accessories)
  • the system allows to form two teams «1-2-1-2» and «2-1-2-1» separately (for example, spread the teams on different days)
  • the system minimizes the error at which the judge can enter a mark to the wrong participant
  • the chief judge sees the marks that the judges allot in real time mode
  • the chief judge sees a difference in the judge's mark from the referee's mark and can take this difference into account when approving the mark
  • the system can work independently, without providing computers to the judges - similar to how the previous judging system works
  • the system automatically creates a video fragment of each performance for the video replay
  • weight of equipment for the deployment of the system: 100 kg
  • time of deployment of the system by two employees: 6 hours