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After cricket, cutting-edge tech set to transform football and chess too

A startup in Bengaluru has developed a sensor that helps batsmen and coaches gain insights on bat speed, impact speed, bat-lift angle, and bat path, with an option to replay the action in 360 degrees

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Sourabh Lele 



FIFA, tech, sensors, tech in sports
The official match ball at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in November will contain a sensor, data from which will allow a precise detection of the kick point

Soccer games are known not just for exciting goals and passes by players; they are also notorious for the brawls that fans get into when they disagree with a referee’s decision. This could change with November’s World Cup in Qatar, which will for the first time see sensors and cameras help make critical decisions in matches.

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First Published: Sun, September 18 2022. 18:46 IST

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