ICC will set up 32 cameras for 360 degree replay in the tournament
Use of Techniques to Improve Workload Measurement and Batting
Sports desk After the new technology came, the Cricket World Cup has made a lot of progress in comparison to the first. Technology begins with the 1992 World Cup, when the third umpire came. Several decisions were changed after the DRS came in 2008. The first time the LED stumps came in the 2015 World Cup. This helped the umpire give runout and stumping decisions. This technology was then the last World Cup.
This time the player will wear this tracker device (West) inside his jersey. This will help the players monitor the movement on the ground. It will track their workload as well. With this help physio and trainer will know which player needs comfort and who is injured. Football clubs like Manchester United, Barcelona use it.
Sri Lankan board spends Rs 52 lakh on tracker device
In December in front of Indian players this demo was also given. It was told how it assesses the result. The BCCI has dealt with the UK company's stats. At the same time, the Cricket Board of Sri Lanka started using this device for its players in March last year. Sri Lankan Board spent more than Rs. 52 lakhs on this.
Spin bowling machine on 18 grounds to deal with spinners
Host England took the help of spin bowling machine (Merlin machine) to deal with India's Yugavendra Chahal and Afghanistan's Rashid Khan in the World Cup. He had put a spin bowling machine on the field of all 18 county teams. So that his batsmen can master the wrist spin. Earlier these machines were only on the main plains.
SpiderCam will be used for the first time
SpiderCam will be used for coverage for the first time. There are 32 cameras for coverage of every match. In addition to the eight ultra-motion Hawk-Eye cameras, front and reverse viewstep cameras will also be used. ICC will also broadcast live telecast of all the 10 warmup matches for the first time. Will also show 360 degree replay for the first time. For the visuals of all the venues, the use of a drone camera and chaired camera will be used.
Spin bowling machine was used for practice in England
This time, in addition to many countries, the ICC has also stepped up one step in terms of technology. India, Australia, Sri Lanka and England have come with the help of workload measurement techniques to help the players. While preparations for the host England began a year ago, when he had spin bowling machine for practice on all the county teams' grounds.
Live coverage of all 10 warmup matches for the first time
At the same time, the biggest change in cricket is the biggest change match coverage. The ICC will use 32 cameras for coverage of the match. So that 360 degree replay can show. The ICC will also make live coverage of all the 10 warm-up matches of the World Cup for the first time.