The Ice Hockey Goal Cam was specifically designed by Camera Corps for use at the 2006 Olympic Games in Turin, to provide un-obscured shots of goal from within the goal itself.
The Goal Cam system is simple to rig and is mounted at the back of the net providing un-obscured pictures of the in-goal and goal area action. The robust designs allows for a direct hit from the ice puck.
The Ice Hockey Goal Camera consists of a TU63 camera housed in a shock proof remote metal casing that provides both remote pan & tilt control of the head, together with control of all camera functions. However, the lens is fixed.
Pictures are relayed using RF frequency from an RF transmitter located at an appropriate position.