April 27, 2014
The automatic goal detection system is ready to debut at the Soccer World Cup as a support for match referees. In the 12 stadiums of the Cup, cameras are being installed and tested that will allow us to tell if the ball entered completely and therefore is a goal. If the referee doubts about a goal, he will only have to look at his watch to avoid one of the most decisive controversial plays.
Installation and testing evaluation of the GoalControl system in each of the 12 stadiums is one of the essential tasks in the run-up to Brazil 2014. The GoalControl system is equipped with 14 high-speed cameras located throughout the field. The position of the ball is captured in 3D continuously and automatically and, in the event that a goal has been scored, the match officials immediately obtain the confirmation signal on their watch, in less than a second.
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