How Infiniti Red Bull Racing is using smartphones to drive race-day efficiency and collaboration

Danny Palmer
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Red Bull Racing tightens communications between race-track and HQ, enabling the use of thermal-imaging cameras on race days

Formula One team Infiniti Red Bull Racing says that the use of smartphones, combined with the deployment of AT&T unified communications (UC) tools, has enabled it to improve team collaboration - bo...

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