24 July 2012 by Dominic Lenton
The moment has arrived and the start of the 2012 London Olympics 2012 is in sight, but have you thought of any hurdles that you need to jump to get that vital edge over your competitors? Get ahead with your research by accessing thousands of electronic books and full text articles on engineering and technology topics, as well as business and company data through IET Virtual Library.
As our thoughts are on the Games here's a selection of what's available right now on the London Olympics - full text and bang up to date - using the IET Virtual Library's Ebsco databases
'London 1948: The Sites and After-lives of the Austerity Olympics' by Penrose and Sefryn, World Archaeology, June 2012
'London Olympics to Spark Explosion in Mobile Data Traffic' PR Newswire Europe May 2012
'Samsung Galaxy S III to be Olympic Games Phone', Telecompaper UK, 2012
'Skills Olympics Must Leave Legacy' by Ian Brook, Works Management, October 2011
'Samsung Launches US Olympic Genome Project, an Innovative Social Media Platform that Connects Fans with Team USA Athletes', Business Wire, April 2012
'Samsung and Visa Showcase Mobile Payments at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games', Business Wire, May 2012
'SES: Sky, Freesat from Sky and Freesat to Broadcast 48 Dedicated BBC Channels Created for the London 2012 Olympics', Business Wire April 2012
'BT to Back 'London Live' Olympic Entertainment' by Matt Chapman, Marketing, February 2012
Do you prefer to hold a 'real' book in your hands? Use the sumptuous Library to view or borrow thousands of up to the minute books and reports. Here's what's there on the London Olympics...
'Reliability, Survivability and Quality of Large-Scale Telecommunication Systems, Case Study: Olympic Games' by P. Stavroulakis (Wiley)
'Delivering London 2012: ICT Enabling the Games', published by the IET.
And if you have research that you would like the information professionals at the IET to look into on your behalf please contact the research service.
Don't waste time - get ahead of the game!
Edited: 23 August 2012 at 04:55 PM by Wirebound Moderator
Posted By: Dominic Lenton @ 24 July 2012 03:26 PM General
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