Team In Flight
As athletes from 92 nations gathered at the PyeongChang 2018 Opening Ceremony, a stunning record breaking Intel® Drone Light Show1 celebrating the spirit of the Olympic Games was broadcast to viewers worldwide.
Tradition calls for the Opening Ceremony to begin with the lighting of the torch – a symbol of unity and progress. That symbol extends to the sky, as over 1,200 Intel® Shooting Star™ drones2 help kick off the XXIII Olympic Winter Games.
From the Opening Ceremony to the final competition, Intel® drones are helping athletes and fans experience the future of the Olympic Games.
Attendees and athletes were treated to a nightly drone light show performance that celebrated the day’s events and winners. Intel® drones reappeared at the Closing Ceremony in the form of Soohorang, the mascot of the XXIII Olympic Winter Games.
With over 1,200 Intel® Shooting Star™ drones, we broke our 2016 record for the most Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) airborne simultaneously. Follow our journey to a Guinness World Records™ title.
See how Intel brought new technologies and innovation to millions as an Official Worldwide Partner of the XXIII Olympic Winter Games.
Intel shared our vision of connectivity at PyeongChang 2018 with 5G powered by Intel® technologies.
The International Olympic Committee has partnered with Intel to create amazing behind-the-scenes videos. Fitted with cinema-grade cameras, rugged Intel® Falcon™ 8+ drones are ideal to perform in heavy winds and harsh conditions like in PyeongChang. Fans around the world will see the results: stunning landscapes, dramatic aerials, and unique perspectives of the XXIII Olympic Winter Games.
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