What is the operational procedure of Simi Scout?
Step 1: Capture
Once an event has been recorded it can either be saved in analogue (with the video terminal) or digital (on the hard drive) format (digital video can be recorded in MPEG format to save space on the hard drive, allowing you to build up a large video database)
The operator can view the video directly on the computer monitor for analysis. All individual actions are always shown in conjunction with their respective position in the full video.
In Simi Scout it’s also possible to work with up to 10 videos taken from different viewpoints all at once. This allows the most detailed overview possible to be obtained and is particularly useful in field sports for more exact analyses.
Step 2: Define attributes
The assessment criteria need to be defined according to which actions the video is intended to judge. The action can be captured at the click of the mouse or by use of a simple shortcut.
Step 3: Save to the database
The recordings are saved in the Simi Scout database and are combined with recordings of the specific actions. In addition, the operator is able to combine several open recordings in a database, facilitating an immediate comparison between different people, from different view points or in different situations.
What results do I get from Simi Scout?
Simi Scout delivers analysis and visualisation of complex relationships and with it, the possibility to improve the tactics and performance of teams and individuals.