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How the World Cup is using AI for the offside rule

Is VAR working at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia?
Is VAR working at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia?

Following the successful use of VAR technology at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia

FIFA President Gianni Infantino
FIFA President Gianni Infantino

FIFA President Gianni Infantino announced

in Vision 2020-23 that FIFA will seek to harness the full potential of technology in football and further expand VAR over the next three years.

FIFA is truly on the cutting edge of technology in the game and based on that advice Taylor is reversing his decision Video Assistant Referee or VAR is a current or former referee appointed to assist the VAR in video operations room duties. has been done VAR involves watching live action on the field when the VAR is conducting a test or review to keep a record of reviewable events and communicate the results to the reviewed broadcasters.

semi-automated offside technology
semi-automated offside technology


And now FIFA has announced that the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar will use a semi-automated offside technology, or suite, that will offer a support tool for video match officials and on-field officials to make them faster. Help create more accurate and more reproducible offsides. The decision on the biggest stage is how it will work, is it really good or will the fans still be disappointed by the long delays perceived mistakes, and lack of trust in the system among the fans, players and coaches it’s just Doubt also coming up for start? Poor visualization of decisions but lines placed on the pitch that cannot replace a person’s own view of an offside decision on the camera angle A player can see on the sidelines but the technology says he Adidas and various partnerships FIFA has spent the last few years further improving the VAR system, including its use, by working with offside officials and in particular the Innovation Excellence and Technology Providers Working Group.

Currently, VAR can only use broadcast TV cameras to make offside decisions with semi-automated off-site technology. The new technology uses 12 dedicated tracking cameras installed under the stadium roof and 29 data points to track the ball. Each player calculates their exact position up to 50 times per second. The 29 collected data points include all the organs and extremities relevant to making an offside call. An inertial measurement unit or IMU sensor will. Placed inside the ball, the sensor sends ball data 500 times per second to a video operation room mounted in the center of the ball, combining limb and ball tracking data and using artificial intelligence to pinpoint the point of the kick. can be precisely detected. Video within the video operation room provides an automatic off-site alert to match officials whenever the ball is received by an attacker who

was in an offside position when the ball was played by a teammate before He should inform the field referee of the video. Match officials validate the proposed decision by manually checking the automatically selected kick point. f Sideline which is based on the calculation position of the player’s limbs. This process takes place in seconds and means that offside decisions are made faster and more accurately after the decision is confirmed by the video match officials and the referee on the pitch. can be done. The exact same positional data points that were used to make the decision are then generated into a 3D animation that perfectly describes the position of the player’s limbs at the time of that 3D animation, which is always the best possible in that 3D animation. The perspective will show. It will then be shown on giant screens in stadiums and also made available to FIFA’s broadcast partners to clearly inform all spectators that the new technology will help make video match officials more accurate and precise. will be able to help them. Data collected during online and offline tests have been analyzed for more reproducible offside decisions in a short period of time and the limb-tracking technology validated by the MIT Sports Lab along with the track at the University of Victoria has scientifically proven VAR. Officiating is giving the game more fairness and makes the game cleaner by helping referees make the right decisions if joy might be taken away. Some of them give joy to others when the decision is changed so if you win the game the joy remains but I think everyone who is a player wants to win the game not on the basis of mistakes but on the correct decision of the referee. prefers A referee, Giovanni Infantino, who is FIFA president right now, has raised the level of tolerance in AR off-site due to flaws in the AR off-site process, such as accuracy and how a decision is presented to the fans to remove the benefit of the doubt. Or have the benefit of the doubt. It is with decisions based on the results given to VAR [music] Pier Luigi Collina has been named FIFA Referee of the Year six times in a row and is widely regarded as the best referee in football. Kalina’s all-time view is that FIFA has developed a system as accurate as goal-line technology, so fans should also rely on semi-automatic offsides. Kalina believes the decisions will be accepted but The visualization element will have to do this. Doing a lot of the heavy lifting is just as important as any other part of the project. FIFA says the average time for a VAR offside decision in all competitions worldwide is currently 70 seconds. With the new technology, FIFA believes it can reduce that to 25 seconds. 25 seconds may be more than those. Long attended the briefing throughout the trial

the process we are expecting. But this still means that most decisions must be made during the goal celebration and can limit the number of occasions when players and fans have to stand around waiting for the tee. The result is that we can return to a situation where the first thought in a fan’s mind is no longer the fear of holders from the angle of a goal being disallowed or a long check [applause], it’s completely out of the new technology. Is. That part of the plan will depend on whether 25 seconds is enough to convince fans that Neymar Jr. celebrates a victory in big games with his spontaneous goal celebrations. That there should be many checks in the background without any effect we can just do. To really gauge the psychological impact on supporters once we saw him in action at the World Cup we are already seeing him in action in this year’s Champions League but everyone is expecting a full debut at the World Cup.

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