Hello, everyone. The last thing I think I am trying to figure out is the feedback side. Battlefield Sports uses RF to transmit game commands such as start, end, pause and resume. It can start and end all the players at once. The RF function gives feedback to the shooter as well. It lets me know if I hit you, I killed you, or you are already dead. Their system is decentralized, however, and uses peer to peer functions except the RF I mentioned. As a result there is no central scoring or leaderboard to see who did what.
Other systems such as iCombat and Laser Tag Pro use a centralized system. It calculates not only player scoring during the game, I believe it also has some sort of real time, over the internet scoring that has some sort of patent. All games are built and configured in the software and games and devices are completely controlled from the centralized computer and software. Laser Tag Pro uses 802.11 Wifi and iCombat I believe uses Zigbee.
Where does your product line fit into these two types of control? It seems decentralized like Battlefield Sports, but it looked like the software had player scoring somehow. I can’t really tell if you have an shot feedback, which would have to be some sort of RF, but I think it does. If so, what is the range? Are there repeaters to extend that range?
What kind of software upgrades are you considering in the future? Your equipment, especially weapons, appears unrivaled. I’m just curious on the software side.