iSCORE FAIRPLAY electronic solutions are dedicated to taking martial arts to the level of compliance with the umpiring and judging policies established by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
The system is involved in the taekwon-do World Championship 2019 in Plovdiv
Referees, umpires or judges are placed under immense pressure to make accurate split-second decisions that determine or contribute to the outcome of the sporting competition. In some sports, such as martial arts, figure skating or gymnastics, the judges are responsible for the entire score. Establishing effective policies and procedures does not begin and end with regulations.
It takes the right amount of collaboration, the right types of distributive mediums, and the right methods to measure outcomes. All of these things take an enormous amount of time and energy, but automating them with a software solution can increase efficiency, and ensure compliance with your policies and procedures.
A hybrid environment, which exists as artificial intelligence and human working together in order to produce the most effective outcome is the key to fair competitions and establishing equal conditions for all participants. That is wat iSCORE FAIRPLAY stands for.
Through the data collection and processing iSCORE FAIRPLAY ensures transparency and protects athletes from dishonest or low-quality refereeing. The up-to-date high precision electronic system provides a universal solution where scoring can be verified simply and easily, and the system may be adapted to any rules and proves to be suitable for all types of martial arts.
It allows umpires the chance to check that they have made correct judgements, and it allows coaches to protest and use the video footage as evidence of perceived incorrect judgements. All in aid of creating a more transparent viewer-friendly sport which is easier to follow for the casual fan.