We have exciting news to share – an indoor version of the Cisco TORONTO 2015 Countdown Clock is now welcoming visitors at Toronto Pearson! Like the original clock installed at Nathan Philips Square last July, the new Countdown Clock is engaging visitors and TO2015 fans as we are getting closer to the Games.
Cisco Canada and TO2015 counted down 100 days to the Games at Nathan Philips Square on April 1st and we are delighted that the Countdown Clock at Pearson is helping further enhance the Games experience for athletes and visitors flying in from all corners of the world.
How so? Well, for one the Clock allows Pearson visitors to get the latest updates on the Games from the moment they arrive in Toronto. Secondly, it isn’t just a Clock but also a social portal, allowing visitors to use an interactive camera to take pictures with friends and family, and then share them via e-mail or across social media from the Countdown Clock’s photo page. Check it out at ciscotoronto2015.ca
The Countdown Clock is a unique made-in-Canada technological innovation, fully funded by Cisco and constructed by ecosystem partners X2O Media, a Barco Company, and Fourth Wall, a division of Pattison Outdoor Advertising. Cisco’s iServices platform driven by Cisco Cloud, in conjunction with X2O Media’s software platform, drives real-time content to the displays.
A couple quick facts about the Cisco TORONTO 2015 Countdown Clock at Toronto Pearson:
- Stands 2.5 metres tall.
- Weighs 364 kilograms.
- Features a touch screen technology enabled by a Cisco IEC4632 Interactive Experience Client
- Made with a metal frame and aluminum cladding exterior
- Fully funded and constructed by Cisco and its partners
Stop by the Countdown Clock if you happen to be at Pearson and we hope to see you at the TO2015 Games!