Improvements in technology mean improvements in every aspect of life - even when it comes to the Olympics! Omega Timing has been handling timing technology at the Olympics for nearly a century. Many events are won by tiny fractions of a second, and it's Omega's job to time events in the nearly 30 sports at Rio. From cameras that capture 10,000 hi-def images per second to a laser-targeting detection system for archery events, Olympic tech has come a long way from the 30 stopwatches Omega Timing first provided in 1932. For more, CNET goes in-depth with Omega Timing's CEO in this article about timing technology.