Before I get started, last weekend I used the UsynligO app to go orienteering in Turkey Run Park.
Overall it was a very good experience considering there were no controls to find, only features, it's a pretty neat concept. After tweaking the GPS distance settings I was able to claim control locations much easier. If you are expecting speed runs, you will probably be disappointed because sometimes I had to wander around the control for what seemed like a long time before my phone acknowledged I had found it.
I've done some online research to see what other clubs are doing during this ordered isolation period.
Victoria Orienteering is using the MapRunF app to put on events (https://vico.whyjustrun.ca/events/view/4170)
British Orienteering has a very in depth draft plan on how to reintroduce orienteering (https://www.britishorienteering.org.uk/document/4dc3d6d72fb46d5f2c6e54033ddcc939.pdf/Back%20to%20Orienteering%20Action%20Plan%20v3.02.pdf)
Northeast Ohio Orienteering is putting on a simplified kind of Urban-O concept where you have to answer questions at the control locations - but instead of being outside, you use Google Street View (http://neooc.com/2020-virtual-cuyahoga-fallsquest/)
I think UsynligO is a very viable option especially if we use streamers. I was thinking that if people don't have a good enough phone, or don't want to take their phone, we could add something at the control people would have to write down to verify they found it. I was thinking something as easy as each control having a letter, (https://www.homedepot.com/p/Everbilt-3-in-Vinyl-Letters-and-Numbers-Kit-39793/303975024) or even perhaps a playing card stapled to the streamer? (I've got TONS of old playing cards that I have no idea what to do with)