A global outsourcing partner asked NSC to develop a logistics model suitable for two of the world’s
most security-sensitive events – the Olympic Games and the G8 Conferences

The challenge

A Global outsourcing giant required a secure logistics model that adhered to the specific requirements of the Olympic Games and the G8 Conferences – two of the most security-sensitive events in the world.

Given the critical nature of these events, maintaining operational delivery models was near impossible – so we had to think outside the box.

The solution

Working collaboratively with the client, security agencies and delivery partners, our best engineers and logistics managers created innovative technical solutions to provide a full suite of impenetrable onsite resources, including security-cleared equipment deliveries and pre-cleared engineers based on site, ensuring zero downtime.

The results

• We enabled millions of viewers around the world to receive live feeds, broadcasts and rolling news, uninterrupted

• We ensured security for the events was never at risk within our sphere of influence

• We achieved zero downtime for these critical events

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