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.
Every night of the Olympic Games, fans and athletes will be treated to a drone light show performance celebrating the day’s events and winners.3
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 is bringing new technologies and innovation to millions as an Official Worldwide Sponsor of The XXIII Olympic Winter Games.
The Intel® Shooting Star™ drone has traveled the world, from flying high above the Los Angeles skyline to creating art over the harbor at Vivid Sydney. See how Intel® technology enables a stunning new form of entertainment.
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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