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About Michele Hyron


Atos Chief Integrator for the Olympic Games

Michèle Hyron is Chief Integrator for the Olympic Games. Michèle has almost a decade’s Olympic Games experience, having been Chief Integrator at the Rio 2016 and London 2012 Olympic Games, in charge of leading the consortium of IT partners that designed, built and operated the massive, mission critical IT infrastructure and solutions. She was previously Operations Manager at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, Integration Manager at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games and Quality Manager in Salt Lake City. Prior to joining the Olympic Games team, she worked in the nuclear industry for 13 years. Michèle graduated from Ecole Polytechnique Feminine in France with a degree in Computer Science.




Articles posted by Michele Hyron

London 2012: We’re Focused on our Personal Bests

...with 100 Days to Go The excitement and intensity are growing for our team which will more than double in size from 150 to 330 between now and the London 2012 Opening Ceremony. It’s a huge privilege for me and all of the team to be at the heart of the Olympic and Paralympic Games and we’ll be…

Olympic Technology Operations Centre is launched

Technology often goes unnoticed and yet it is absolutely critical to the smooth running of London 2012. Without Technology, the results would not be available for the world in real time! Today, I am excited to be at the unveiling of the Technology Operations Centre – the mission control for all 94 Olympic competition and non-competition venues. From there, a team…

On track for London 2012

The one year to go milestone is one of the most exciting phases in the London 2012 preparation.  Throughout the UK’s capital, there is an air of anticipation as we start to see this global event really come together. As one of the world’s most eclectic and vibrant cities, London is the ideal host for the biggest global event this decade. London…

IT's a marathon, not a sprint...

Putting the Games to the test – today marks the start of 200,000 hours of IT testing This morning, 19th January, international journalists were eager to get a glimpse of the IT integration systems which will be running the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The IT systems for seven sports, including athletics, tennis, basketball, volleyball and triathlon, will begin the…