For the first time in football history, World Cup 2022 used a high-tech semi-automated offside technology system. The world governing body believes that this system was adopted as goal-line technology. The technology future for answers only when a player stayed in an offside position.
How it will work?
The new technology semi-automated offside system uses 12 dedicated tracking cameras inside the stadium to send alerts to the match referees. And world cup match ball uses a sensor that provides 3D animation to develop communication with in-stadium viewers. On each player, tracking at 29 data points covering every player’s current position, plus the main position of the match ball, per second send 50 video data.
The semi-automated offside technology system was properly tested last year at the 2021 FIFA Arab Cup. Send a video to match officials and receive offside alerts. The new technology will help to reduce-making time on offsides from an average of 70 seconds and the current video review methods down to between 20-25 seconds.