Blog posts

From computer screen to commentary, in an instant

Aug 02, 2012 12:53 BST Atos Like the athletes, commentators spend years learning their trade and preparing for this moment – when they interpret the performances of the World’s greatest athletes and relay that information to the world.

Peak performance during London 2012 Olympics: How the Technology Partners deliver under pressure

Aug 01, 2012 15:08 BST Atos The complexities of the London 2012 project and the manner in which Atos handles this along with the other partners were cited in a recent Gartner case study as a best practice example of integration.

In sport, anything is possible!

Jul 31, 2012 15:03 BST Atos With billions of people watching the Games, there are no second chances. Atos brings its personal best to the Olympic Games through massive testing of all IT systems under every scenario.

An email free zone!

Jul 30, 2012 15:41 BST Atos A great team performance is all about focus and clear communication. That's why Atos’ ambition is to be “The Zero emailTM company” within three years. This week, this innovation process reached a new milestone, as Atos’ first IT processes for the Olympic Games were Zero email certified.

No second chances

Jul 29, 2012 15:39 BST Atos For the next fifteen days, the technology designed, built and operated by Atos will ensure that the Games run smoothly, from providing the systems that process 230,000 accreditation badges through to providing the data to broadcasters, to assure the London 2012 are brought to four billion viewers.

From Grand Slam to Gold Medals

Jul 28, 2012 15:34 BST Atos Following last night’s spectacular Opening Ceremony, all eyes are now on the athletes. For the tennis, which takes place at Wimbledon, the team from Atos turned around the IT systems following the annual Grand Slam event in record time.

On your marks: Atos is ready for London 2012!

Jul 27, 2012 15:25 BST Atos The London 2012 Opening Ceremony is tonight and during the next 17 days – and continuing for the Paralympic Games – over half the World’s population will tune in to see athletes competing. Atos, Worldwide IT Partner to the International Olympic Committee is ready to give our personal bests.

Jul 26, 2012 17:00 BST Atos Imagine a 100m sprint final line-up - eight athletes none of whom are at the same location. Picture a stadium full of cheering fans that are supporting athletes who aren't there. Envisage the ability to compare the blood sugar levels and heart rate of sporting rivals.These are just some of the ways in which technology could impact sport in the future.

Thule Adventure Team takes victory in Untamed New England AR!

Jun 26, 2012 15:08 BST Thule Group 03:00 local time went Thule Adventure Team in to the finish line crystal clear winners of the Untamed New England Adventure Race in the U.S. after nearly 3 days och nights of racing.

Eva ranked number 1 in the world!

May 16, 2012 15:32 BST Thule Group Eva ranked number 1 in the world! Eva’s success in Decathlon has left its mark in the World rankings. She is now ranked number one of the world. After podium finishes at both European and World Championships in Decathlon in the space of six months, which no girl has managed to do.