Fawad Chaudhry wants smart cricket balls to be made in Pakistan
Federal Minister of Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry wants the production of smart cricket balls to be made in Pakistan. Taking note of a tweet related to the making and introduction of the “Smart Cricket Ball” in 2019, Chaudhry shared his opinion in a tweet: “Sialkot was let’s do this shouldn’t be a problem, let’s do a joint project with tech universities and create our own smart cricket ball, “he wrote.
It should be noted here that Sialkot is one of the best sports centres in the world. The city is known for producing high-quality sports equipment.
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Remember, “Smart Cricket Ball” has a chip inside that collects data from inside the ball that is thrown. The chip sends all data and information to a connected tablet or laptop. The chip can currently measure the speed and revolutions of the ball at different stages of its course from the hand of a pitcher. The “Smart Cricket Ball” is currently being tested