Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics & Paralympic Games

PMY Group
Type of project
Event Readiness

Ei provided end to end planning and management of  the Technology Readiness Program including Technology Rehearsals One & Technology Rehearsal Two conducted in May 2021

  • Key liaison and coordination of technical and operational matters with the key stakeholders Tokyo 2020 Organising committee and the International Olympic Committee
  • Planning and management of the Technical Readiness and Rehearsals Officials Program
  • Development and management of the Technology Readiness Integrated Master Roadmap
  • Director of Technology Rehearsal Central Team responsible for planning, content development and execution
  • Planned and facilitated day one briefing and day five debrief
  • Technology rehearsal two consisted of over 1550 participants, 73 Technical Officials, 25 Olympic Venues and over 1000 executed scenarios

Fun Facts

  • 100+ Readiness Remote Table Tops
  • 320 Online Readiness Quiz Attempts
  • 486 Scenarios executed  for TR1
  • 353 Information Technology Service Manager tickets submitted TR1
  • 178 Bento boxes delivered to venues TR1
  • 600 Scenarios executed for TR2 in 2021
  • 370+ Remote TR2 Debrief Participants
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Client Feedback

Rob Hunt Director of Ei is a committed and multi-skilled event technology professional; a true event person! Ei brings proven event experience and knowledge to major international events particularly in areas of Games Technology services and operations, operational readiness planning and delivery and broadcast technology. Rob’s experience is truly global, having worked across many international event and broadcast technology projects. Ei’s experience and long-standing reputation for successfully managing delivery, allows Ei to successfully integrate within diverse cultural environments, providing clear direction and measurable results.

John Paul Giancarlo – Associate Director of Games Technology and Energy Department of Technology & Information – International Olympic Committee