T20 World Cup: bat tracking technology ready to debut

With the aim of providing an ‘unprecedented’ experience for cricket fans around the world for the 2021 T20 World Cup, the International Cricket Council (ICC) is set to introduce bat tracking technology for the whole world. first time.

For the first time in cricket, fans will witness bat tracking, which will be provided by Hawk-Eye in select matches, in addition to their ball tracking and edge detection services. Viewers will enjoy the action with the Spidercam cable suspension camera system and other features.

Stunning multi-angle replay footage of 4DReplay will also be available for select Super 12 phase matches.

ICC TV production will see a minimum of 35 cameras at all venues. Viewers will also benefit from state-of-the-art coverage that will include live player tracking and dynamic fieldwork provided by Quidich Tracker.

Former England captain Nasser Hussain has expressed his enthusiasm for the many new aspects of the game. “It will be a massive tournament with the best players in the world in action in the fastest growing format in the international game,” he said. declared.

“Not only do we see the top teams, but we also have the chance to see the emerging teams try their luck in the T20 format. I can’t wait for the tournament to start and I will enjoy working on these enticing competitions, ”added the former England skipper.

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