Panasonic at the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020
Sharing the passion
The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is just around the corner, and Panasonic is honored to share the passion and excitement of the world’s top sporting events with fans across the globe.
As the exclusive provider of audio-video equipment for the Olympics, Panasonic technology has helped to power the Games for over 30 years. Our projectors have helped to create breathtaking and unforgettable opening ceremonies. Our large-screen HD display and professional audio systems have ensured that fans in the stadium never miss a moment of the action. And our state-of-the-art broadcasting equipment has delivered the Olympic Games to over 5.2 billion viewers worldwide.
Panasonic has contributed to the Paralympic Games for over 21 years as well – and has served as Japan’s first official Worldwide Partner for the event since 2014. In addition to supporting the Paralympic Movement through the latest AV equipment solutions, Panasonic also provides disability care products such as The Shower and the Wearable Power Suit.
Furthermore, our LUMIX cameras are the official digital cameras of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Panasonic will be offering comprehensive support for LUMIX photographers on location at the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.
Tokyo 2020 promises to be an inspiring display of athleticism and sportsmanship. Learn more about how Panasonic technology is bringing the games’ most incredible moments to life.
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Team Panasonic: Progress powered by passion
Team Panasonic is a diverse group of world-class athletes that share Panasonic’s passion for excellence. The members of Team Panasonic were selected not just for the dedication they bring to their chosen sports, but also because of their commitment to making a difference in the world through various programs and passion projects. This commitment aligns with Panasonic’s core message of "A better life, A better world."
Team Panasonic features Olympic gold medalists Michael Phelps and Katie Ledecky (swimming), Paralympic silver medalist Lex Gillette (track & field), Olympic Hopeful Sakura Kokumai (karate), Olympic bronze medalist Nathan Chen (figure skating), Olympic Hopeful Maame Biney (speedskating) and Paralympic gold medalist Noah Elliot (snowboarding). Together, our shared social purpose is to empower the next generation to achieve their dreams through sports, education and healthy living.
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