Sunday’s launch of the 2022 World Cup signified a major step forward in sports technology, according to watchanews.com
Match balls will have a sensor that gathers spatial position data in real time for the whole World Cup. Combining it with optical tracking will improve offside reviews and VAR (video assistant referees). In the world of technology, combining these two monitoring methods has long been seen as the holy grail. Over the next four weeks, FIFA’s deployment of the ball sensor will serve as a very public test case.
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The World Cup setting is both a pinnacle and the beginning of a new era in sports technology. This ball sensor took six years to design and test before FIFA approval, but events like this may quickly propel new technology into the public spotlight for uses beyond officiating.
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