Experience the Olympic Games through the eyes of Atos, the primary systems integrator and Worldwide IT Partner of the Olympic Games 2002-2016. Learn more about our role and the significant role technology plays in supporting a winning performance for the world’s greatest sporting event.
Atos - Worldwide IT Partner for the IOC
Atos is the Worldwide IT Partner for the Olympic Movement until 2016. The company has supported the Olympic Games since 2001 and the Olympic Movement relies on Atos to deliver flawless IT operations.
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A vision of the future of sport in 2020
During the Olympic Games of London 2012, Atos unveiled a dramatic vision for the future of the sport industry in 2020. This set out how technology will radically change the sporting experience of athletes, viewers at home, fans in the stadium and events organizers.
Sport in 2020 video
Jacques Rogge discusses the role of Atos at the Olympic Games
Following the London 2012 Olympic Games, Jacques Rogge, President of the International Olympic Committee reflected on the long-term partnership with Atos, the enormous change, both in the format of the sport and in the technology surrounding the sport, the way communication is being used today, the use of social media, and Atos' vision for the future.
Interview with Jacques Rogge video
Atos - The unsung hero of the Olympic Games
During the London 2012 Olympic Games, Atos' clients were fortunate to hear from Jacques Rogge, the President of the International Olympic Committee. Mr Rogge praised the contribution made by Atos to the delivery of London 2012: "The unsung hero of the Olympic Games is Atos, because without Atos none of this would be possible."
Unsung Hero video
Mitigating threats and risks to IT security at London 2012
Michele Hyron, Chief Integrator of London 2012 for Atos, explains how the company worked together with LOCOG and engaged with official agencies from the UK to ensure that it covered all of the possible risks through threat and risk analyses.
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Ensuring real-time data at the London 2012 Olympic Games
In this video, Peter Hamilton Integration Manager for Atos at London 2012, explains the challenges around providing real-time data to all the involved stakeholders such as journalists and broadcasters during the Games and how Atos tackled the various issues.
Ensuring real-time data video
The most connected Games ever
In this video, Patrick Adiba, Executive Vice President, Olympic Games and Major Events at Atos, explains how London 2012 was the most connected Games ever with 8.5 billion devices connected to the Internet. And with fans eager to watch history in the making the growing role of mobile devices played a key role.
The most connected Games ever video
Managing the technology partners and delivering under pressure for London 2012
Pieter-Jon Buitelaar, Operations Manager for Atos at London 2012, explains how the various technology partners deliver under pressure and how Atos, in its role as the IT integrator works with LOCOG and leads the other technology partners to develop, build, test and operate the Games IT, communications, media, sports and technology security systems.
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Testing and Integration for London 2012
Atos is responsible for the testing of all the IT systems of the Olympic Games under every scenario. In this video, Peter Hamilton, the Integration Manager for London 2012 explains how testing at the Games is critical to success.
Testing and Integration at London 2012 video
Bring Your Own Device – Flexible Access for Your Own Device
Since 2002, the Olympic Games have been fertile terrain for Atos business technologists as they seek to empower the Olympic family with rich, real-time content available on an anytime, anywhere, any device basis, with the requisite IT security in place. This video shows how the Olympic Games showcases this trend and takes it to the next level.
Bring Your Own Device video
Enterprise Content Management – Precise Targeting for Decisive Results
Getting content, scores and critical data from all the Olympic Games’ events out to journalists, media institutions, athletes and more than 4 billion viewers is a massively complex undertaking, especially with just a 0.3 second lead time. This video shows how our Enterprise Content Management (ECM) services ensure the perfect execution of this daunting task.
Enterprise Content Management video
Identity Security and Risk Management – Tightest IT Security as the World Watches
The provision of IT services to the broad and diverse population comprising the Olympic family illustrates how robust IT security and risk management systems enable agile organizations. This video shows how Atos’ business technologists are helping the Olympic Games and businesses the world over leverage this new “boundary-less” concept with security and transparency.
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Testing and Acceptance Management – Toughest Testing for Flawless Performance
Since 2002 the responsibility for designing, integrating, testing, managing and securing the multiple IT systems used during an Olympic & Paralympic Games has been in the hands of Atos. This video show how our Testing and Acceptance Management Services deliver confidence in consistent results from one Games to the next.
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Managed Services – Stronger Integration for a Team Victory
Atos has been Worldwide IT Partner for the Olympic Games since 2002. The upcoming London Games will be the culmination of a four-year IT program integrating a myriad of best-of-breed technology partners and addressing a vast variety of user needs. The pressure is intensified by an expected four billion TV viewers and online users receiving results in real-time. This video shows how the integration of our Managed Services is delivering a strong team result.
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Vancouver Successfully Delivered - ready for the next Games
Thousands of athletes came to Vancouver to show the world their talent and perseverance at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Atos did the same. As the Worldwide IT Partner for the Olympic Games until 2016, Atos is already preparing for the next stops in London 2012, Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016.
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Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Games
As the lead technology partner, Atos worked with the IPC (International Paralympic Committee), VANOC and the other Technology partners as one team to ensure the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games were a great success.
Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Games video
Beijing 2008 delivered - Ready for the next stops!
While top-class athletes from around the world broke 43 world records and 132 Olympic records during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, the IT team led by Atos smashed records of its own. And as the Worldwide IT Partner and Top Partner for the Olympic Games until 2016, Atos is already preparing for the next stops in Vancouver 2010, London 2012, Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016.
Beijing 2008 delivered video
Looking Ahead to 2012 and Beyond – Interview with CNBC
CNBC speak to Patrick Adiba, Executive Vice President Olympic Games and Major Events, about the recent Olympic Games IT contract extension until 2016, about the role that Atos plays in implementing the technology of the Olympic Games to ensure its success, and about the advances that have taken place since Beijing 2008 and which are being implemented for London 2012.
Looking Ahead and Beyond video