Emit AS is the result of a merger between Regnly AS and Timetech AS. The merger took place on 1.1.1995.

Timetech AS was established by Sven Marti in 1984. The company became, as the only one in Norway, specialists in starting numbers, timing and resultservice.

Regnly AS was established in 1981. The company started out by manufacturing tents for participants and organizers at orienteering events. A few years later, Regnly began developing advanced timing equipment intended for several sports. The company became well known in several sports and gained a good reputation.


All Emit's emiTag products have gone through thorough tests of Nemko (Norwegian Electrical Material Control), and passed by a good margin!

Emit AS has the following product areas:

– Electronic punching and timing system (EKT) for orienteering

This system has been developed in cooperation with the Norwegian and Swedish Orienteering Federation. The definitive breakthrough came in 1995 when EKT was used in all major international orienteering events, including the World Championships in Germany. EKT consists of

  • a start unit that resets the eCard and enables the punching
  • eCard for punching
  • electronic control units
  • a reading device that reads the information in the eCard when the runner has finished

– emiTag "chip system"

This system is mainly used in cross-country skiing, biathlon, orienteering, cycling and running.
EmiTag goals:

  • Simplify timing
  • Reduce the need for manpower
  • Fewer errors
  • Prompt and correct results
  • Added value for enduser
  • Enables organiser to focus on prime aspects of managing sporting events

– Traditional timing equipment

Emit has the most commonly used timing equipment in Norway.

Timing services, software and start numbers have previously been provided by EMIT. These businesses have since been moved to EQ Timing AS, www.eqtiming.no.


Ceo of Emit AS is Tommy Jauhojärvi
The other employees are:

Eirik Stokseth
Stone Edgar Løkken
Luc Wathelet
Sven Marti
Aadne Smidesang
Aspen Grøtterud

The company has a proprietary capital of approximately 50%. The company (the companies) have been in profit since the beginning.