The Tour Tracker platform is the product of six years and more than 50,000 hours of development and testing by a true world-class engineering team. It has been tailored to the specific needs and branding of more than 20 major events and successfully used by more than 1.5 million viewers. Tour Tracker is the only proven multi-screen coverage solution for professional cycling press and other industry leaders.
Tour Tracker can be deployed on very short notice as an off-the-shelf solution for your event. Or, if you have requirements that are above and beyond Tour Tracker’s standard feature set, our development team can customize the Tour Tracker platform for you.
Our engineering team is by far the most seasoned in the field – this is critically important, as you don’t want your live event to be the testing grounds for a new code or green engineering teams.
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Allan is the founder and primary engineering force behind the Tour Tracker® platform. As an avid cyclist, Allan leverages his passion for the sport and understanding of racing to deliver very rich, compelling race coverage. He also brings a highly detailed understanding of the technical requirements necessary to deliver a reliable, broadcast-ready experience anywhere on the globe. Over the years, he has developed strong relationships at every level of the international cycling community, including event owners, event management, video production staff, the cycling press, manufacturers and, as he is proud to point out, Phil Liggett, one of the Tour Tracker’s biggest fans. Through his GPS data processing and data visualization development on Tour Tracker, Allan has been awarded and/or has pending numerous patents.
One of those patents, in fact, was co-authored by one of the founders of Adobe, where Allan began his software career. At Adobe he was the primary author of a then little known product called Acrobat. His Acrobat experience led to his soon playing a critical role in the web’s early growth –http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NPAPI – suggesting to Netscape that they allow 3rd parties to extend the Netscape browser. Interestingly, the most successful “browser plugin” – Macromedia’s Flash – was later bought by Adobe and lies at the heart of a number of the Tour Tracker’s clients.
Prior to his working life, Allan received his BS and MS degrees in computer science from Stanford University. Before that, he lived in Texas and ate copious amounts of BBQ – a proud tradition he continues today.
Warren Packard is a Managing Director at Draper Fisher Jurvetson. He currently serves on the Boards of Anagran, CastTV, EoPlex, Media Lario, Microfabrica, Primet Precision Materials, and SeaMicro. Warren also leads the firm’s investments in BinOptics, CallGate, Imago Scientific Instruments, Jaxtr, ooma, YeePay, and Zon Networks. Prior to joining the firm, Warren co-founded Angara Database Systems, a main memory relational database company, which was acquired by Personify. Prior to co-founding Angara, he was an Associate at Institutional Venture Partners, investing in early-stage technology companies. Before IVP, Warren was a Senior Principal Engineer in the Advanced Product Development Group at Baxter International. Warren is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Stanford University and holds a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering: Smart Product Design. He received his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar.
Michael Gough is Adobe’s Vice President, Experience Design. He is also the leader Adobe’s Experience Design Team (XD), an internal design practice focusing on the next generation of digitally enabled experiences. A longtime advocate for quality in all digital experiences, Michael has been pushing the digital envelope for years.
Previously, Michael was the Chief Creative Officer at Macromedia, Vice President of Brand Design at Nike, the Chief Creative Officer of Quokka Sports. In addition to serving as Quokka Sport’s lead visionary, he was Executive Producer for several successful large scale Quokka productions including FinalFour.net, NBCOlympics.com, SaltLake2002.com, AmericasCup.org and Whitbread.org.
Michael conceived and lead Quokka Labs, innovators of digital sports media coverage responsible for leading edge R&D including the Intel co-developed CART Broadband Trial. He also developed product definition and supervised production of Sports Immersion, Quokka’s immersive sports experiences, leveraging data, images, video and next generation presentation methodologies.
Also spent time as a VP at Sportvision, a sports media technology company best know for their First Down Line. He presently lives on a ranch in Northern California surrounded by family, horses assorted farm animals and hills that seem to go on forever.
Nabeel Al-Shamma is a senior director at Adobe Systems driving technical initiatives involving products such as the Adobe Reader and Flash Player. He began his sixteen years at Adobe working as senior developer and architect on Adobe Acrobat and PDF. Prior to
Adobe, he worked at large companies such as Xerox, and startups such as Surface Science Instruments and Prometrix. Nabeel has a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from UC Berkeley. When he’s not focused on his work or local issues he spends time in his vineyard or cycling the back roads of Sonoma County.
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