The BibTag is attached to the back of the runner’s BIB number and sends out a unique signal. Each tag sends out a unique UHF signal that enables the detection mats to identify the athlete and record the exact time at which the athlete passes the mat. The tags are designed to withstand rain and sweat as the mechanical part of the tag is covered by a foam spacer.
BibTags are designed to be disposable in order to minimize pre and post-race handling. The tags don’t need to been collected, sorted, cleaned, recharged and stored: participants can take them home as a souvenir or simply toss them away. Still, when required, the tags can be collected and reused at the next event.
- Reliable timing solution for mass events
- BibTag on start number (IAAF standard)
- No post-race handling
- Minimum pre-race handling
- Offering a unique pay-per-use model
- Reliability: >99.80%
- UHF technology
How to wear the BibTag
Athletes simply wear their bib numbers like they are used to: attached to their chest.
Per 2016 we introduced a new and flexible pay per use model, called BibTag Usage. BibTag Usage ensures you will only pay for BibTags that are actually used during your events. With MYLAPS you don’t have to worry about no-shows.