Do we need Goal-line technology? CTRUS football by AGENT

FIFA chief Sepp Blatter on Tuesday apologised to England and Mexico for the refree errors that led to their World Cup exit. Both the teams suffered from refereeing errors in their Round of 16 losing their games to Germany and Argentina, respectively.

English Player Frank Lampard’s goal was denied even though his shot clearly crossed the line, in Germany’s 4-1 win over England during Sunday’s clash. Blatter assured a discussion on goal-line technology in July 4 meeting of International FA Board.

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The introduction of goal-line technology use on the real pitch has never stopped, those who oppose the use of goal-line technology always claim that football game got its own “tradition and charm”, but in my opinion, the “impartiality” should be the first priority before those “tradition and charm “.

Actually, a new football with the name of “CTRUS” which designed by AGENT, could ensure the “impartiality” of football game. CTRUS functional principle is based on the mechanical properties of its materials. it is composed by an inner structure (skelle-core) and an outer net-embedded shell, made out of reinforced elastomers. In addition, CTRUS provides added functionality controlled by the electronic components in its nucleus which communicate wirelessly(GPS/RFID) with control stations at the stadium:

– inner light, color changes at critical game situations (goal, offside and out of bounds).

  • recording of kick force and travel speed.
  • location of the ball relative to the court (interactive detection system via GPS / RFID).
  • P.O.V. camera footage (software stabilized image).

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