Hawk-Eye


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Hawk-Eye

n
(General Sporting Terms) trademark an optical ball-tracking device used as an aid to commentators in certain sports, and as an officiating tool in major tennis tournaments
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DAVY FITZGERALD admitted Croke Park's Hawk-Eye score detection system stuck its beak in where it wasn't wanted.
Mr and Mrs Evans, from Llanbedrog, near Pwllheli, said the 20-year-old had been "loving every minute" of his time there, where he was employed by sports technology company Hawk-Eye during a year-out from university.
EUROPEAN Champions Cup bosses are weighing up whether to adopt Hawk-Eye after the technology's use at the World Cup.
NOBODY has more reason to be grateful to the GAA for installing Hawk-Eye score detection technology at Croke Park than Kieran Joyce.
ENGLAND'S World Cup warm-up game against France at Twickenham tomorrow will be the first international to use Hawk-Eye.
World Rugby, formerly known as the International Rugby Board, is collaborating with Hawk-Eye Innovations, Rugby World Cup 2015 host broadcaster ITV and Sky Sports to trial video review technology.
Central to our sport is the integrity of player welfare and the match official decision making process and we are delighted to be collaborating with Hawk-Eye, ITV as well as Pro12 Rugby and Sky to determine how we can enhance speed and accuracy in these critical areas.
London, Aug 9 ( ANI ): The founder of the Hawk-Eye technology has said that cricket may have adopted the technology used by the umpires too quickly and without conducting sufficient trials.
TELEVISION audiences and crowds in stadiums will be able to watch replays of goalline technology decisions from next season after the Premier League agreed a deal with British-based firm Hawk-Eye.
British-based firm Hawk-Eye was chosen over German company GoalControl to supply the ground-breaking technology at a meeting of the Premier League's 20 club chairmen.
The Premier League is reportedly keen to introduce GLT and last year met licenced companies Hawk-Eye and GoalRef to discuss installing their systems at top-flight grounds.
Hawk-Eye Innovations has qualified for the licensing of its goal-line technology to football associations across the world.