What is OmniPro?
OmniPro is the only equestrian timer system with self-aligning optical gates, where all the user needs to do is to place the start and finish lines and the system does the rest. It is also the only system to feature dual optical beams for added robustness against snow, falling leaves, etc. Naturally, it works seamlessly with Equipe equestrian event software.
Years of development
The OmniPro is built upon a solid base of technology, based on a decade of research and development.
The OmniPro optical gates offer 360 degrees of vision and automatic optical alignment.
Meters of optical range
Astonishing range, simple setup, easy to use and meticulously precise.
THE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY BEHIND OMNIPRO
The OmniPro system was designed and built from the ground up using the latest cutting-edge technology within optics, communications, and electronics. The technology behind our system is patented, and won’t be found in any other timing system on the market.
COLLABORATION ACROSS DISCIPLINES
Our agile team consists of experts in electronics, embedded programming, user experience design, injection moulding, optics, physics and cryptography.
DESIGNED WITH THE USERS IN MIND
OmniPro was designed with valuable input from showjumping judges, officials, and riders to ensure that the product gives the best user experience.
Using the latest in digital measuring technology the team behind OmniPro has created solid proprietary technology powering the measuring systems. It’s been designed from the ground up to meet the unique challenges found in equestrian sports such as tricky lighting conditions, rain, and vibrations from passing horses.
A timing system is worthless if it’s not accurate. Therefore OmniPro exclusively employs ultra-precise timing oscillators. Furthermore, our unique, patented technology and hard real-time wireless communication ensure that all the optical gates are perfectly synchronised to the main timing unit.
Olav & Sandra
The husband & wife
team of omnipro
Olav is a seasoned engineer with two decades of experience in developing electronic real-time measurement systems, and he’s combining his passion for horses with his expertise in making systems work better.
Sandra is a social anthropologist and has always had a keen interest in human culture and how humans shape the objects around them.