With just three days until the Olympic Games opening ceremony the eyes of the world are turning to London to watch the greatest athletes in the world compete for the ultimate prize.
For those that have organised the Games this is a time of great excitement but also anxiety as they watch to see if all their hard work will pay off by delivering a seamless experience for athletes, visitors and viewers.
Technology vendors have been at the forefront of this work, with V3 documenting the efforts of Cisco, Acer, BT and Atos, to name but a few, over the last few years to help bring everything together in time for the opening ceremony on Friday, 27 July.
To underline the extent of this work we've put together an interactive image of the technology in use at the Olympic Park to provide you with key information on what it takes to deliver an event on the size and scale of the Olympic Games.
Click here or on the link above to see the guide.
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