‘Incredible evolution’: How Getty Images will cover the Rio Olympics with robot cameras, 360-degree views and more

Getty Images has constructed a complex network infrastructure to prepare for the Aug. 5 start of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Before the Games close 16 days later, and the network is disassembled, Getty will capture and transmit imagery using technology in ways that it hopes will leave a long-lasting impression...

Medaling in messaging: The communications complications facing the Rio Olympics

Have you ever been to a major event — a big game, concert or conference — and tried to make a call or send a message? Odds are, you had trouble getting through because of the heightened service demand. Now imagine that same concept magnified 30 times over and balanced upon one of the most infamously unreliable mobile infrastructures in the world...

Leadership Lessons From The Man Who Runs The U.S. Olympic Track Team

At this moment, 129 American track and field athletes are settling into their living quarters in Rio de Janeiro as part of the 555-person strong Team U.S.A. They are getting acclimated to the weather and training daily, using every last minute to prepare physically and mentally for one of the most important events of their lives. But behind the scenes, Max Siegel has been planning this moment for years...

Rio 2016 Slalom Venue – Complexity, Balance, Achievement

Speaking in 2014, Eduardo da Costa Paes, Mayor of Rio de Janeiro, declared that when it came to building Olympic venues, “The most difficult is to create an artificial river for the slalom canoeing competition.” Success in this area has proved that robust design and project managementtechnical expertise, and stakeholder input can combine to deliver a great project, a superb venue and substantial legacy outcomes. The primary task, after winning the IOC nomination to organise the XXXI Olympic Games, was for the IOC and Brazilian project team to review past experience...

A model of sustainability, Olympic Aquatics Stadium for Rio 2016 Games is unveiled

Sustainability was the theme as the Olympic Aquatics Stadium for the Rio 2016 Games was officially unveiled on Friday 8 April. The arena for swimming and water polo has been built using ‘nomadic architecture’ techniques that will allow it to be taken down and rebuilt as two smaller aquatics venues after the Games.

Emergency Power Supplies, Lithium Batteries and Earthing Conference – 27th & 28th July 2016 – Johannesburg, South Africa

IDC Technologies recently hosted the Emergency Power Supplies, Lithium Batteries and Earthing Conference at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg on the 27th & 28th July 2016.

The conference featured fourteen presentations from industry professionals who came from various technical backgrounds. The presenters represented a range of companies such as; Adriatic Power Group, NEC, TLC  Engineering Solutions, Freedom Won, CreoVision – Solar Energy and more.

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Last Call for SCADA Systems for Industry Course

Last chance to register for the popular, live and online course - Practical SCADA Systems for Industry scheduled for June 28, 2016. This comprehensive course covers the essentials of SCADA systems. Register Today!

Lithium Batteries Conference - Sydney, Australia

IDC Technologies hosted the inaugural Lithium Batteries Conference in Sydney, Australia on the 24th & 25th May 2016.  This event was created for anyone with an interest in solar, electric vehicles, distributed energy storage, dangerous goods safety, mining, battery recycling and technology advancements in relation to lithium batteries.  

2nd Safety in Design Conference - 19th May 2016 – Melbourne, Australia

IDC Technologies hosted the 2nd Safety in Design Conference on the 19th May 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. The event aimed to discuss the issues involved in Safety in Design and to help reduce the number of safety incidents through pre-emptive design. The event covered hazard identification and risk assessment methods early in the design process to eliminate or minimise safety risks.

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