Intel has generated a great deal of well-deserved praise for the performance of its uncrewed aerial vehicles during the light show for the Tokyo Games’ opening ceremonies. But Intel has been using its drones and powerful tech applications in other ways that are enhancing the Summer Olympics experience.
Intel drones, tech providing impressive lift to Summer Olympics
Though the opening ceremony light show may seem hard to beat, Intel drones and their tech applications are changing the way both viewers and organizers are interacting with events at Tokyo’s Summer Olympics. It reflects a web of services Intel agreed to provide when it became a Worldwide Olympic Partner in 2017, which are now improving anything from TV viewing quality to the efficiency of transport and venue management.
For starters, Intel drone participation involves 3D Athlete Tracking technology, which uses artificial intelligence and computer vision to significantly enhance video imagery beamed in TV…