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10 advanced techniques used in cricket world cup 2019, useful for umpires too

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Alright Kyrosports readers, today we are going to show you 10 most advanced technologies used in cricket world cup 2019 to provide better error-free results which will help umpires to take right decisions in the ground.
There is a competition between 10 teams in the ICC Cricket World Cup. All teams will play matches with each other. After that semi-final and final bout will be played between top-4 teams.
Cricket Technology at World Cup 2019
A total of 48 matches will be played. It started with the host England and South Africa match. During the match, there should be no lapse from the umpire and transparency in the game, so many hi-tech technologies are being used in this game.
Seeing this technology has become more interesting and fun than ever before. Especially now the fun of cricket is seen on TV more than the field.
It’s nice to see new camera angles, ball chasing cameras, and many such shots. Considering the need for cricket, many types of technology have been included in it and new things are to be included.

#1 LED Stumps & Bales

First, in the technologies used in cricket world cup 2019, are specially designed LED stumps and bales. They cost up to Rs 25 lakh. After colliding with the stumps of the ball, the bells separate from it and the light starts burning in them. Therefore, the umpire gets the ease in deciding the run-out and stumping.

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#2 Stump Camera

Technologies used in cricket world cup 2019
This technique is used by putting the camera in the stumps. Also, a mic has been installed so that it can be decided with stomp camera at the time of need. This time, the reverse camera is also being used along with the front. The sound of collision with the camera on the ball and with the mic is heard.

#3 Snickometer

Snickometer in cricket
In the list of technologies used in cricket world cup 2019 is SnicoMeter. This technique is used in all formats of Test, ODI, T20 format. It works on technology sound. When the bowler is bowling, after being dropped from his hand after reaching the batsman’s bat or reaching the keeper’s glove, the movement of the ball is monitored by the Snickometer.
This technique is very useful at that time When the ball passes right around the bat. At the time, with the help of Snickometer, it is seen whether the ball touched the bat or not. If the ball has touched a little bit of the bat, then a wave (wave) comes on the Snickometer.

#4 Spidercam

Spidercam in cricket
Spider cam is being used for the first time in the World Cup. Spider and drone cameras are also being used with HD quality cameras for the live telecast of the match.

#5 Hawk Eye

Hawk eye Technology in cricket
This technique is used in every cricket match. It helps ease the decision of LBW (leg before wicket). With this technique, it shows that the ball looks like a wicket or not. It is also called the ball tracking system.

#6 Umpire Camera

technologies used in cricket world cup 2019
This camera is designed specifically for the umpire, which fits on his cap. With this help, it is known that where the umpire’s eye is. With the help of the umpire camera, a new angle is found for the TV audience. It does not get any benefit during the match. However, sometimes the movement of the ball passing through the umpire can be seen clearly.

#7 Pitch Vision 

Pitchvision Technology in cricket
With the help of this technique, bowling and batting are reviewed, i.e. how many balls did the ball have on short, full, good length. Likewise, the balls which beat the batsmen more often and played better on the balls.

#8 Ball Spin RPM

Ball Spin RPM technology in cricket
This technique is designed for special spin bowlers (spinners). The know-how about how much the spin bowler is turning the ball goes with this technique. Works like this: Ball spin RPM (Minute at Revolution) technology tells how fast the ball spins after leaving the spin baller’s hand. The result is that immediately we get to see the rotational speed of the ball on our TV screen.

#9 Hot Spot Technology

Hot Spot Technology in Cricket
The ball becomes a white spot wherever it touches. With the help of Hot Spot technology, it is detected that the ball has touched which part of the batsman. That is where the bat, batsmen’s pads or batsmen’s body is touched. For this, two infrared cameras are installed on the two sides of the field. It catches the image of the batsman being hit on batsmen’s pad or bat. He later tells the ball spot with a black and white picture. If the ball has a slight touch from the bat then a white spot on the bat becomes.

#10 Graphics Display

Graphics Display technology in cricket
During any match, the graphics are used to show the details. Special packages are made for this, which include everything related to the match. With the help of graphics, TV viewers are given the match information. Match scores like batsmen, bowler performances, player’s career record, net run rate, many types of graphics are included. Graphics are shown on the grounds of the cricket ground and in the air these days. These are also used for match preview and review.
These are the top 10 technologies used in cricket world cup 2019, what you think are these technologies useful or not? Let us know in the comments below.
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