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Weather update in Bengaluru ahead of Pakistan-New Zealand World Cup match

Weather update in Bengaluru ahead of Pakistan-New Zealand World Cup match

The Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore, India was well prepared to face the threat of rain during the ICC Cricket World Cup match between Pakistan and New Zealand.
According to the weather forecast, rain is expected on the day of the match, with a 50% probability between 1pm and 5pm, which could affect the second part of the match.


However, ground staff at the stadium are confident in its advanced infrastructure.
The stadium is equipped with a modern “auxiliary air system”, which plays an important role in preventing flooding in the outfield area.
This system operates automatically as soon as it starts to rain.
It quickly removes standing water from fields at an impressive rate of more than 10,000 liters per minute, 36 times faster than natural drainage.

TheSubAirsystemisactivatedbyremotesensorsintegratedintothefield,ensuringminimalwateraccumulationintheyard.

Thisinnovativetechnologysignificantlyreducestheneedforlengthymatchdelaysorcancellationsduetowetfieldconditions.

NewZealand’strainingsessionwasinterruptedbyrainthepreviousday,highlightingtheimportanceofthissysteminmaintainingplayingconditions.

ThankstotheSubAirsystem,ChinnaswamyStadiumremainsconfidentthatevenifraindisruptsamatch,thepitchwillbereadyforplaywithin20minutesoftherainstopping,ensuringanenjoyableandenjoyablecricketexperience.

Nointerruptionsforfansandplayers.

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