Reinforcing security at the Olympic Games
Our Advanced Access Control System (AACS), which includes NEC’s facial recognition system as well as Panasonic’s camera equipment, will ensure safe access at over 350 entry points within 43 venues at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, the most innovative Olympic Games in history.Click here to find out more about AACS
Digital empowerment for the Olympic Games
Moving from a “build each time” to a “build once, use many time” model to help the Olympic Games achieves their Digital Transformation.
The Olympic and Paralympic Games are a complex mix of people, technology and processes. And IT is always at the heart of making the Olympic and Paralympic Games a success.
Beyond the scale and complexity, there is a multi-supplier project with many varied dependencies. All the while, the whole event is highly visible and the world is watching. And when victory can be measured by the smallest of margins, there are no second chances!
The IOC and Atos have embraced digital transformation. We see steep changes in how disruptive technologies can address emerging challenges and make a major impact at the Games for the mobile generation.
The Games are watched across multiple platforms; mobile and online being the most prominent way it is consumed since Rio 2016. This requires a paradigm shift in the IT approach, from a ‘build each time’ to a ‘build once’ model, delivering some critical services over a cloud solution delivered together with other technology partners.
The resulting efficiencies and operating flexibilities make possible a consistent multichannel customer experience – anytime, anyplace, anywhere.
The future of the Olympic Games: Towards Tokyo
Another unforgettable Olympic Games has ended up and our teams have finished taking down our technology operations on site in PyeongChang. Now we look forward and turn our attention to future Olympic Games. Not just Tokyo but beyond – where will technology lead us over the next few decades? What type of employee will we be looking for to help us? Read blog >
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Atos’ Advanced Access Control System reinforces security at Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 with facial recognition ID process
As the Worldwide IT Partner of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Atos will manage the Advanced Access Control System with the support of Panasonic’s solutions and equipment and NEC’s facial recognition system as Atos key partners in this project.
Launched in September 2018, the portal has exceeded all expectations with a total of 200,000 applications recorded – a real milestone with less than 18 months before the start of competition.
The IOC and Atos embrace digital transformation and see step changes in how disruptive technologies address emerging challenges and make a major impact.
The Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018
Atos, as Worldwide IT Partner for the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games, will remotely manage and host in the Cloud, all Games critical IT applications – including the distribution of results in real time like the Olympic Diffusion System (ODS). Technology plans for the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 are all on track!
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