London 2012 “Digital Games” will be powered by DELTATRE

DELTATRE delivers Data and Video for the London 2012 "Digital Games"

London 2012 “Digital Games” will be powered by DELTATRE. deltatre is set to deliver the most digital, interactive and watched LIVE Olympic Games in sports technology history with robust data and video for European, North American and South American online viewers of these London Games.

deltatre’s Olympic Results Platform (ORP) has been coded to allow viewers to receive all the 36 sport specific and athletic information. Because the world is more connected to the web then ever before with mobile smartphones and tablets, the timing of the implementation of the ORP is a coup for all fans and sportsbiz partners.

One such partner of deltare is England’s BBC who will use the custom UI for their “Results” and “Schedule” pages. Fans have the opportunity to choose from up to 24 concurrent live HD streams with live data panels.

This platform will synch the Olympic Data Feed (ODF) and integrat with the host broadcasters video session specific data. The ODF will process the multi layered complex data set and render it for multiplatform use.

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Media Release                                       

MAY, 2011


Contact: Jim Irving, deltatre Media on 0208 545 1500 or email [email protected]


deltatre is set to deliver the BBC’s online live interactive video player for their London Games coverage, with the ability to choose from up to 24 concurrent live HD streams with live data panels. The data driven content will be derived from deltatre’s Olympic Results Platform (ORP) providing viewers with detailed athlete and sport specific information.

deltatre is providing full service provisions for the ‘Results’ section of the BBC’s website and the ‘Results’ and ‘Schedule’ sections of the mobile site. This includes the Information Architecture and User-experience design, the complete build and hosting of these specific sections. 

This platform takes the Olympic Data Feed (ODF) integrated with the host broadcasters video session specific data, processes the large, complex data set and renders it for multiplatform use.  The ORP will also be used globally by broadcasters in Europe, North America and South America.

“Our role to help deliver arguably the most compelling digital coverage of the Games to date comes with both honour and an undeniable degree of pressure. We have a dedicated workforce committed to delivering the highest quality multiplatform broadcast of the Games and to a longer lasting video legacy,” says Jim Irving, Director of Commercial and Video at deltatre media.

deltatre have vast experience working with some of the biggest Games rights holders in North America, South America and Europe, covering over 36 different disciplines, so we really understand the technical complexity behind such a major multisport event.”

About deltatre

There is a way to make sport events come to life for audiences everywhere. Using innovative technology, creativity and total commitment, the people at deltatre do exactly that.

With staff in Torino, London, Manchester, Lausanne, Paris, New York and Portland, deltatre has over 25 years’ experience at the highest level of international sport. Always striving for the next level of interaction, we consider the future of global sport engagement to be multi-platform and social. Today, the greatest sport events on earth are more immersive, collaborative, and inclusive thanks to our cutting edge technologies. Sport fans become an active part of the event, connecting socially and sharing their passion, wherever they are. By harnessing our experience, technical skills and passion for sport, we are always one step ahead.

For more information, please visit  or contact [email protected].

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