Author Archives: Jonathan M. Rosen

2019 Year in Review

2019 was a record year for on-site technology projects, with 511 projects completed in Buffalo, Rochester, and Erie, PA. Some of the 51 different national vendors we provided service for included: Acuative, Ammacore, Atlanta Network Systems, Concert Technologies, Core Technology … Continue reading

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2019 Timing Equipment Upgrades

We’re continually evaluating and upgrading our timing equipment to reach the ultimate goal of 100% reads with 100% inliers (3 or more reads from each chip passing.) June 2019: Our inventory of ChipCards have been upgraded to the larger CR100 … Continue reading

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2020 Event Timing

The following events requested timing by Jon Rosen Systems for their 2020 event. However, with the onset of COVID-19 restrictions on March 15, most events have been cancelled or postponed for 2020. We remain ready and available for any events … Continue reading

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2019 Event Timing

Cleveland Metroparks fat tire bike race in Bedford, OH on February 23rd JMac Cycling Criterium in Butler, PA on May 26th. La Prima Buhl Park criterium in Hermitage, PA on June 8th Cleveland Metroparks stand-up paddleboard and kayak race at … Continue reading

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2018 Event Timing

The following events were timed in 2018 by Jonathan M. Rosen.  Follow the links to see the results produced using CrossMgr software for these events. In addition to these events, remote support for timing races with CrossMgr was provided for … Continue reading

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2018 timing system upgrades

For 2018, there have been upgrades to the CrossMgr/Impinj RFID timing system that provide improved quality results. March 2018: We’ve added an ultra low light camera with an AR0130 sensor. This camera is so sensitive to light that it is … Continue reading

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Camera Sensor Product Research

Here are the results of research on selected available camera sensors. For lenses, the varifocal 5-50mm lens with an 8 to 80 degree field of view provides the widest range.  A 2.8-12mm lens with 28 to 130 degree field of … Continue reading

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2017 year in review

2017 was a busy year, with 375 on-site service projects completed in Buffalo and Rochester. A total of 50 different national service providers assigned us projects this year, including: Trextel, BLM Technologies, Concert Technologies, Netcom USA, Netview, BlackBox, Ammacore, Reliable … Continue reading

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2017 remotely supported events

In addition to providing on-site timing services in NY, PA and OH, we also provide remote support to timers using CrossMgr software and J-Chip RFID hardware in other locations. For the Red Rock Time Trial in Las Vegas, Nevada, we … Continue reading

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2017 event timing

We’re pleased to announce 23 events that have secured their dates for 2017: Cleveland Metroparks Fat Tire Bike race at the Bedford Reservation, OH on Sunday, January 28th.  This event was postponed and cancelled due to lack of snow. Polar … Continue reading

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