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19.11.15 By Rachel Categories: , ,

From Microsoft Newsroom – Satalyst Tracker

Platform: Microsoft Australia News Centre Date: 18 November 2015 Time: 1pm Title: Satalyst on track for cycle of success Link to article in Microsoft News Room Azure IoT Suite shortens the tyranny of distance for race spectators You’re fit, you regularly ride your bike long distances and in the back of your mind a small part of you wonders just what it is that separates you and the professional cyclists who ply their trade across the mountains and plains of Europe each year. Well, if you had been in Western Australia competing in the Satalyst Tour of Margaret River early in November you could have found out. The four stage 230km tour is pro-am style racing, with professional teams and riders competing against teams from the corporate world and Sunday bike clubs. This year, the seventh staging of the annual event, around 600 riders – including 20 all female teams – made it one of the largest competitive road cycling events in Australia and this year Satalyst, a major sponsor of the tour, had a surprise for spectators, competitors and announcers. Satalyst is a Perth-based business specialising in Microsoft technologies and focussed on delivering high quality project-based IT solutions. The...
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Anthony Attwood

Senior Software Engineer
Anthony was the Satalyst FedEx Day project winner for June 2015.  Anthony joined Satalyst in early 2015 as a Senior Software Engineer.  Anthony has over 8 years professional software and systems engineering experience, including in-vehicle and field-deployable computing capabilities. He has a Bachelor of Computer Science from UWA, and an ongoing interest in the cross-disciplinary nature of large scale systems.
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