GE technology providing cutting-edge healthcare for Tokyo 2020 athletes

Worldwide Olympic Partner GE is providing a number of innovative healthcare solutions to help diagnose and treat athletes during the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.

GE  Signa Voyager MRI machine in Olympic Village IOC / Matthew Jordan Smith

This includes GE’s proprietary Athlete Medical Records, powered by GE Healthcare’s Edison platform, which provides a cloud-based solution that allows medical personnel across the Games to access and manage athletes’ medical files in a safe, secure way. This enables clinicians to provide proper treatment while protecting athletes’ personal medical data.

GE has also supplied a range of medical diagnostic equipment for the Olympic Village polyclinic and the Games venues, helping clinicians predict, diagnose, treat and monitor health issues and sports injuries earlier, when intervention is more effective and efficient.

GE medical data of USA athlete  on a Samsung tablet IOC

In addition to these healthcare innovations, GE is enabling power connectivity across the Olympic venues through GE Renewable Energy’s Grid Solutions. This provides uninterrupted power supplies and switchgear for the International Broadcast Centre, the Olympic Village and other venues, ensuring stable and continuous power distribution.

Meanwhile, GE Digital’s centralised Energy Monitoring System (EMS) is enabling energy management across 36 event venues for the Games. EMS provides real-time visibility of energy use, enabling prompt diagnosis and problem-solving, as well as greater efficiency and reliability.

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