Santa Clara-based technology company Intel and the International Olympic Committee are looking to integrate 5G platforms at the upcoming Olympic Games to make the experience more enjoyable and sharable for attendees.
It's reported that the initiative will launch at the winter games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, where "Intel also plans to use drone light show technology to create 'never seen-before' images in the sky above Olympic venues." By integrating 5G platforms, Intel and the International Olympic Committee aim to enhance attendee experience while communicating the values that the games stand for.
Thomas Bach, the IOC President, explained this by stating, "Thanks to our new innovative global partnership with Intel, fans in the stadium, athletes and audiences around the world will soon experience the magic of the Olympic Games in completely new ways."
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