This Vector App Quickstart Guide contains steps on how to quickly make use of the:
The Vector App allows users to collect Live Data without the need for the OpenField Console or Vector Receiver through the use of Bluetooth to collect live data over short ranges and small numbers of devices. For more information on the Vector App, please see the following guides:
Vector Mobile App Quickstart
- Open the Vector Mobile App on your Mobile Device, and login using your OpenField Console Username and Password.
- For your initial set up, tap the Vector Device Tab, then tap the Settings Cog and set the Bands that you want to use to represent each listed parameter. You can also set the Units you want the parameters to be displayed in.
- Turn on your Vector Devices by holding the button for 2 seconds, or by removing them from your dock.
- Tap the Stopwatch Tab at the bottom of the App, then tap 'Scan For Devices' to find and Devices within range Range. Bluetooth range can be between 10 and 50m depending on number of devices and line of sight.
- Tap the Vector Device Tab to view the Detected Devices and Device information (Battery Status, Athlete Name, Signal Status).
- Tap on a Device to select it, from here you can:
- Select multiple devices certain action like mapping can only be done on one device at a time.
- Toggle the Device in or out of the Activity Devices out of the activity will not show up on the data screen, and will not be scanned for updates as often.
You can toggle devices in and out as often as needed. Only devices in the Activity Section will be PIPed into the console activity when synced to cloud after an activity.
- Map an Athlete to the Device This will only affect the phone and not sync to cloud.
If you change your mapping on the console you can choose the "Sync with Cloud" button in setting to pull down your updated Athletes and mappings.
- Turn the Device Off only devices within range of Bluetooth will be able to be turned off.
- When you are ready to begin the Activity, Tap 'Start with x Devices' at the bottom of the App on any Tab. This will create the Activity and the first Period.
- Tap the Stopwatch Tab to view the Activity period summary, you can start and stop periods from any screen using the bottom time-keeping bar. Use the Stopwatch page to stop the activity and edit periods. (You can edit the name or the activity or periods by just tapping on the existing name)
- You can view live data without starting an activity, just tap on the data tab in the middle and each Athlete will display their total information since the device was turned on.
- Tap the Chart Tab to view live data for the group from this page you can also select an individual Athlete to view multiple parameters.
- Tap on the Three Dots to set Targets that will apply to all Athletes (Group Targets)
- In the Chart Tab, Tap on an Athlete to view a Summary of Data for each Metric. Tap on the Three Dots to set a Target for just that Athlete, or select the Target image to view the % of Target achieved for all metrics for the selected Athlete
- In the Chart Tab, Tap the Target icon to view % of Targets achieved per Athlete and per parameter.
If a target is hit you will get a notification on the target icon.
Vector Apple Watch App Quickstart
Open the Vector App from the Apple Watch by clicking on the Catapult Icon from the main App screen.
Click 'Find Devices' to pick up the device worn by the athlete.
If the Device hasn't been mapped to an athlete via the mobile App, the Device ID will appear on the main screen with a question mark.
To map the athlete via the Mobile App, please see Step 6 in the above Vector Mobile App Quickstart guide.
Once an athlete has been mapped in the mobile App and a Device is found, the athlete will appear beneath the number of Devices Found.
Click on the athlete to view collected data for the session for that athlete.
Click the screen and swipe left or right to view different parameters NOTE: The values for each of the parameters are representative of data collected from the time the device is turned on to the last time the Device was seen by the Apple Watch.
The color of the circle beside the Parameter name is indicative of the amount of time since the Device was last seen by the Apple Watch
Green = within the last 30 seconds
Yellow = within the last 30-60 seconds
Red = +60 seconds
From any of the listed parameters, press and hold the screen to buzz or turn the device off.