2002SALT LAKE CITYWorldwide Partner
Salt Lake 2002 were held from February 8 to 24, 2002, and drew the participation of 2,399 athletes from 77 countries and territories. Salt Lake 2002 were the highest altitude host city ever chosen for the Olympic Winter Games, and medals were won by athletes from 18 countries, a new record for the Olympic Winter Games. Salt Lake 2002 were broadcast in 160 countries, delivering the wonder of sports.
VENUECreating Excitement at Olympic Venues
ASTROVISION Large-Screen Display System
16 ASTROVISION screens, with a total surface area of 644m² - the largest ever at that time for the Olympic Games, were provided to each venue. All screens were the latest LED type and were ideal for the extreme cold of the Salt Lake City winter.
RAMSA Professional Audio Systems
Panasonic paid painstaking attention and installed and operated RAMSA sound systems so that they ran perfectly throughout Salt Lake 2002 even in the extreme cold of the Salt Lake City winter such as by feeding a constant level of noise to prevent freezing-related malfunctions.
BROADCASTDelivering Olympic Games Excitement to the World
- DVCPRO CASSETTE TAPE
- DVCPRO HD CAMERA
DVCPRO 50 was used for the first time at the Olympic Winter Games as the official recording format at Salt Lake 2002. Panasonic delivered scenes of the Olympic Games to viewers throughout the world using digital technology including broadcasting digital VTRs and camera recorders.
Panasonic supplied equipment to the International Broadcast Center (IBC) at Salt Lake 2002, and based on the trust built up over the years in building systems that perform faultlessly in the coldest conditions, Panasonic delivered the excitement of the Olympic Games to the world in high quality digital video technology.
HOMEEnjoying Olympic Games Excitement at Home
HD Plasma TV
- 50-inch HD Plasma TV