Panasonic has supplied more than:

791 video cameras

6,400 monitors

LED large screen displays
305 x LED large screen displays = 9,700㎡
14,000 x 50-inch TVs

1,531 recorders

More than 15,000 security cameras

10,700 DVCPRO HD tapes(Beijing 2008)
over 2,800km 67marathons

Large-Screen Display System

Rio 2016

Backed with their advanced displays the achievement of a new way to present sports.

Sochi 2014

Achieved an Unprecedented level of Visual Presentation Utilizing a Giant Screen and a Ribbon-Shaped Screen

London 2012

At the venues, roadside, at live sites. realistic images on large displays delivered excitement to the fans

Vancouver 2010

The newly-developed, high-luminance LED large-screen displays screened many exciting scenes throughout the Games

Beijing 2008

Incorporation of high-luminance LED made further weight reduction and energy efficiency possible

Torino 2006

Delivered inspiring and thrilling scenes to spectators, starting with the opening ceremony

Athens 2004

Giant mobile screens presented a whimsical scene during the Opening Ceremony

Salt Lake 2002

Large screens totaling a surface area of 644㎡ colored the winter landscape in vivid Images

Sydney 2000

Permeated excitement far beyond the stadium, to spectators at live sites

Nagano 1998

Large-Screen Displays Conveyed Important Scenes During the Opening Ceremony and competitions.

Atlanta 1996

A Giant, 100㎡ screen dynamically delivered the excitement and passion of the competition

AV Security Equipment System

Rio 2016

Addressed the security concerns, previously viewed with apprehension, with the least number of supplied equipment

Sochi 2014

Assisted in the delivery of public safety surrounding the Olympic Games operations with a record number of 7,000 security cameras

London 2012

The Advanced AV Security Equipment System Contributed to Safe, Issueless Operation of the Games

Vancouver 2010

High-Performance AV Security Equipment System Monitored the Performance of the Athletes and Safety of the Spectators

Broadcasting Equipment

Rio 2016

Achieving a speedier workflow through an even greater advancement in functionality.

Sochi 2014

Achieved high-speed, high-definition program production with the superiorly mobile P2HD series

London 2012

In achieving 3D live broadcasting, we ushered in a new era of digital video

Vancouver 2010

A Full Line-Up of HD Equipment Supported the Transition of the First “HD Winter Olympic Games,” Captured Entirely in HD

Beijing 2008

Enabled the first full HD Olympic Games using HD broadcasting technology

Torino 2006

Supported Olympic international feed production with Highly-Reliable Equipment, Fully Functional Even in the Extreme Cold

Athens 2004

Full Support of host broadcastor from Delivery to Maintenance

Salt Lake 2002

Delivered excitement to the world through high-quality digital broadcasting

Sydney 2000

Supported the International Broadcast Centre (IBC) through the construction of a fully-digital broadcast system

Nagano 1998

Wide-ranging support for the IBC from planning to design, installation of Olympic broadcasting equipment

Atlanta 1996

24-Hour, Full-Service Support for International Broadcast Centre (IBC)

Barcelona 1992

Digital broadcasting equipment captured the athletes’spirit in high-resolution

Seoul 1988

Supported host broadcaster by Realizing High-Quality Analog Recording

Calgary 1988

Supported some broadcasters as an Official Worldwide Olympic Partner

Professional Projector

Rio 2016

With Projection Mapping Perfprmance, Panasonic helped to accomplish a ceremony to remain in the Olympic Games history.

Sochi 2014

Achieved a vivid, high-definition, 3D-projected video using 20,000 lumens of brightness

London 2012

Vividly adorned the Olympic venue with 20,000 lumens of beautiful shine

HD Visual Communication System

Sochi 2014

Aided Operations by Connecting Between Remote Locations Through High-Qualified Image and Sound

London 2012

Supported Long-Distance Communication Through Video That Employed Greater Clarity and Feeling of Being There

Vancouver 2010

Dynamic high-quality video and audio connected the Olympic villages in Vancouver and Whistler, located 120 km apart

Professional Displays

Rio 2016

Within the venue and out, 15,500 professional displays vividly exhibited the competition.

London 2012

The Unit’s Compactness and High-Definition Video Playback Provided Greater Satisfaction to Spectators

RAMSA Professional Audio System

Vancouver 2010

High Quality, Powerful Sounds Wrapped the Venues with Excitement

Beijing 2008

Powerful sounds were realized by specially-designed speakers tailored to the Stadium

Torino 2006

Realistic clear sounds wrapped the venue with excitement

Athens 2004

Newly-developed array speakers delivered uniformly clear sound across the entire venue

Salt Lake 2002

Delivered clear and stable sound even in extremely cold climates

Sydney 2000

Energized the event with audio systems optimized for the Venue

Nagano 1998

All-weather speakers turned up the heat in snowy Nagano

Video Adjucation System

Rio 2016

Helped to smoothly expedite the competition through its Sports Visual Judging System, which fully utilized AV technology.