June 28, 2022

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World Cup 2022 – IFAB working on semi-automatic offside technology for Qatar: an ‘additional tool’

With the help of artificial intelligence, it is necessary to determine if the player is a hacker in a live exchange with the video assistant. If the IFAB approves the IFAB, FIFA can decide for itself whether and when to use the technology in the future. “The system has yet to be evaluated before a final decision is made,” the international association told AFP. It’s just a “VAR plugin”.

Pierluigi Collina, chair of the FIFA Referees Committee, issued a “highly successful” interim report to the video assistant that was first used at the 2018 World Cup at the start of the year. In his opinion, semi-automated stealth technology could provide greater accuracy and speed in the decision-making process.

Special cameras under the stadium’s rooftops automatically deliver tracking data to video assistants, who can check for appropriate situations at off-site special stations. “It is important that the video referees make an accurate decision, but we also know that time has to be cut short, especially with regard to offside,” Collina said in February during the Club World Cup.

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