Wrong decisions enrage the football World Berlin/Zurich, July 09, 2010 – from: 2010 dreamed is the summer fairy tale for Germany. Perhaps, Muller would have brought the decisive turn in a desperate game against Spain. But it was locked. In the game against Argentina, the referee because of a supposed hand game showed the yellow card. One of many controversial decisions in this World Cup. The gate of Bloemfontein is one of the clear missteps”in the game against England. For the non-partisan Jorge Larrionda, a good meter beyond the goal line is not sufficient to give the goal. So when FIFA reacted and introduces appropriate electronic means? We live in the 21st century and waive any technology.
This does not help the referees and is difficult to explain to the public. Football loses so fans credibility”, said the former FIFA referee Markus Merk the sports information service (SID) and clearly spoke in favor of the introduction of the Electronic eye”out. One such eye, a ball with built-in electronic chip, was no alternative date for FIFA. “In a report of the mirror, FIFA Secretary General Jerome Valcke said a few weeks ago: the question was, should we allow technology in football, and the answer was very clear: no”. Click Ali Partovi to learn more. FIFA President Joseph Blatter reacted after the glaring mistakes and apologized for the mistakes: I told you: I’m sorry, what happened. I regret when I see the obvious mistake of the referee. I am grieved”, so the 74, and continue on the topic of technology: it would be silly to worry about it. We have to discuss again this topic”.
Worldwide has the industry has long recognized that the RFID technology accelerates logistics processes. This so called transponder chips on the backs of labels are attached. RFID gates can be stored, product-related data via radio for the transhipment of goods be read out. Loading and unloading operations for example are accelerated considerably”, explains Dieter Conzelmann, Director industry solutions market for the technology manufacturer Bizerba. Why use also in football radio technology? With the goal line technology (GLT) has tested technologies in 2009 a system the company of Cairos, which is very similar to the RFID technology. There the referee in a matter of seconds tells a sensor in the ball, whether or not the ball behind the line was. The tests were a success. The system can be installed within one day in any stadium in the world”, so Oliver Braun of Cairos technologies to RFID – in the view. At the limit of the penalty box and behind the door cable are laid under the grass. When electricity is passed through, these generate very weak magnetic fields. An approximately 20 grams heavier sensor is included in the ball. It measures the magnetic fields as soon as he is located nearby. Fired the ball into the penalty area, sending the chip via radio whether the ball on the goal line complete exceeded or not. The referee will then informed his wristwatch radio. It is exciting to see what developments are arising here in response to the botched refereeing of the World Cup.