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FIFA to use new high-tech for offside calls at World Cup

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FIFA says it is ready to launch semi-automated offside technology at the World Cup. System uses multiple cameras to track player movements plus a sensor in the ball. Each stadium in Qatar will have 12 cameras synchronized to track 29 data points. Data is processed with artificial intelligence to create a 3D offside line.
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World Cup to use semi-automated offside technology

Fifa confirms semi-automated, state-of-the-art technology will be used at the World Cup in Qatar to speed up the time taken to reach offside decisions.

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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News18 IndiaNews18 India

FIFA Approves Semi-Automated Offside Technology For World Cup Qatar 2022

Using cameras strategically positioned around the stadiums, and a chip in the match ball, FIFA said the technology will go a long way to cutting down on continuous Video Assistant Referee (VAR) decisions on marginal offside calls and reduce the time needed to check

3 months ago·India
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ReutersReuters

Semi-automated offside technology approved by FIFA for 2022 World Cup

Semi-automated offside technology will be used at this year's World Cup, promising decisions that are more accurate and a lot quicker, world soccer's governing body FIFA said on Friday.

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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The GuardianThe Guardian

AI-powered technology will be used to speed up VAR offside calls at World Cup

New AI-powered technology will be used at the Qatar World Cup, Fifa has confirmed, claiming it will halve the time taken to make VAR offside decisions

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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The HinduThe Hindu

FIFA to use new high-tech for offside calls at World Cup

This is the third World Cup in a row that FIFA has introduced new technology to help referee's

3 months ago·India
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The IndependentThe Independent

Semi-automated offside technology to be used at World Cup in Qatar this winter

The technology is expected to cut by more than half the time taken on average to reach a decision.

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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