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Dimension Data Releases Summary of Data Analytics for the First Nine Stages of Tour De France


- 11 Juillet 2016 modifié le 1 Janvier 1970


(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Dimension Data, the global ICT organisation processing and analysing the data coming from the next-generation tracking devices under the Tour de France rider's saddles has released a summary of the data the company processed and analysed for the first nine stages.

In the first nine stages, Dimension Data's technical team in the mobile big data truck travelling at Le Tour have processed data of 59.70 million records, and have rolled out 5,400 metres of cabling to date.

During the first nine stages there were four sprint finishes. While Mark Cavendish of Team Dimension Data won three of them, that didn't make him the fastest man on the road. Marcel Kittel (EQS) recorded the high speed of 74.27 km/h on stage 6.

The longest time that the riders were in the saddle was 05h 59' 54'' on stage 3. During stages 7, 8, and 9 in the Pyrenees, the riders climbed 9,000 metres which is higher than Mount Everest, with the slowest average speed on a single climb ranging from 13.6 km/h to 15.8 km/h. ...

Source : http://me-newswire.net//news/18320/en...



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