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FIFA to introduce semi-automated offside tech at Qatar WC

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FIFA has announced that semi-automated offside technology will be used at the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar starting on 21 November. FIFA announced in a statement that this technology would be used in all 64 matches in Qatar. The new technology uses 12 dedicated tracking cameras mounted underneath the roof of the stadium to track the ball and up to 29 data points of each individual player, 50 times per second.
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FIFA to introduce semi-automated offside tech at Qatar WC

FIFA has announced on Friday that semi-automated offside technology (SAOT) will be used at 2022 Qatar World Cup to enable referees to make faster, more accurate offside decisions at the worlds biggest football gala. "At...

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