Ciaraldi, Michael J.
In ski racing, athletes compete individually against a clock. The accuracy of this clock is crucial in determining the results of the race. This project improves upon the design of currently available commercial timing devices in three major ways. The timer uses an Ethernet interface for connecting to the timing computer, it can operate wirelessly, allowing more flexibility in the setup of races, and it can synchronize itself over this wireless network.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Major Qualifying Project
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