Chapter Four / SPONSORSHIP63Delivering more efficient transportation:CP Rail, the Official Freight Provider for Vancouver 2010,used GE Evolution Locomotive Engines, which reduce emissions by 40% and fuel use by 5% comparedto previous locomotive engines. CP also used GE's Trip Optimizer - an advanced energy managementsystem that reduces fuel use and emissions by up to an additional 10%. GE's Evolution SeriesLocomotives and GE's Trip Optimizer are products of ecomagination. GE Digital Energy also equippedthe new Vancouver Metro Rail Link with fibre optic multiplexer communications used for train control,arrival and departure information, ticketing, emergency voice and platform customer service.Lighting the Games:GE supplied numerous lighting solutions to many of the Olympic competition andnon-competition venues in Vancouver and Whistler. GE's energy efficient LED solutions were installedat the Vancouver Convention Centre (East) and throughout the newly revitalised GE Plaza at RobsonSquare. GE also installed high quality specialty lighting in the Richmond Oval, the Hillcrest Curling venue, the Pacific Coliseum, UBC's Thunderbird Stadium and the Whistler Sliding Centre.HealthcareGE Healthcare's work with the Olympic Games is driven by the theme of increasing access tohealthcare technologies in an effort to help clinicians predict, diagnose, treat and monitor healthissues and sports medicine injuries earlier when intervention is more effective and efficient. GEHealthcare equips sports physicians with advanced and innovative medical imaging technologies,allowing athletic trainers to have an earlier and more accurate diagnosis platform.64-Slice CT Scanner for Whistler:Through its Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games partnership, GEHealthcare has made possible a legacy gift to the residents of the Sea to Sky region - a brand new64-slice CT scanner. The scanner is a first for the region and is located in the Whistler Health Centre.The equipment was used extensively during the Games and will continue to be used by thecommunity post-Games.Polyclinics in Vancouver and Whistler:GE Healthcare equipped the Olympic Polyclinics in Vancouverand Whistler, offering comprehensive healthcare for Olympic athletes and officials during the Games. Mobile Medical Unit (MMU):GE Healthcare provided a state-of-the-art emergency medical unit formedical emergencies for athletes and officials in the Sea to Sky region during the Games. The 15.9-metre tractor-trailer can expand to a 90 square metre unit with 12 beds, which includes arecovery/triage area and intensive care unit, as well as an operating room with two independentsurgical beds. Following the Games, the MMU will be used by the Province of British Columbia.