Friday, June 20, 2014

Goal Control Technology in FIFA World Cup 2014 Brazil

Robometricschool. - There are many advantages of technology to help people in sport. One technology that can be used in football or soccer is Goal Control technology. As reported from detikinet that Eventual goal line technology be used for the first time in the competition between Croatia against Brazil in the 2014 World Cup opener.

Figure 1. Goal Control Technology Illustration (Source:Detikinet)

Technology that called GoalControl was developed by a German startup which cost $ 3.5 million to operate.

How it works? GoalControl using 14 cameras to monitor every game and mounted in 12 stadiums in Brazil. The camera is used to detect the movement of the ball on the ground.

In order to track the ball accurately, is used a camera that can record video at up to 500 frames per second. The camera was connected to an image processing computer via high-speed fiber optic cable.

If the results of the analysis of the camera saying that the ball had crossed the goal line, GoalControl will send a message that read "GOAL" to smartwatch imposed by the referee in charge.

If only this technology has been used since the 2010 World Cup, the final outcome of the match between England and Germany would be changed. In a match which was won by Germany's 4-1, hard kick Frank Lampard is not authorized by the referee as a goal.

Referee assess in view of the ball does not enter. Yet if we look at the replay, it appears that the ball had crossed the goal line. But indeed, the ball bounced out quickly.


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