• Jul 23, 2012
We head to the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, CA to see how BMW is using vehicle sensor technology to help athletes prepare for the London 2012 Olympics. BMW's Velocity Measurement System uses a 3D camera to capture and analyze performance data in realtime to help optimize each training session. Can this 3D machine vision technology help drivers as well? We stop by BMW's Silicon Valley tech offices to find out.

Ed. The athlete who appears in the video is Funmi Kemi Jimoh. The video has been updated to reflect this change.


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      bobecm
      • 3 Days Ago
      If it's made by the Bowel Movement Works they will have to repair it every day.
      LL
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      Nathan Carl Lewis
      • 3 Days Ago
      Thats awesome, BMW was using Ubuntu Linux... Yess...
      Michael
      • 3 Days Ago
      Well, I measures Olympic 'feats' by inches!!!! Doesn't everyone? ;-)
      hpycmpr155
      • 3 Days Ago
      Gotten to the point where I just don't care about the olympics any more. It is no longer about the purity of the athlete. It is hype, advertising and money.