FIFA president Sepp Blatter has confirmed talks on goal-line technology will recommence in October.
The issue has come to the fore following a number of incidents at the World Cup which includes Dominic Adiyiah's goal against Uruguay which was disallowed when Luis Suarez handled the ball on the line to deny Ghana.
Suarez was shown a red card but his action provoked condemnation for being seen to unfairly keep his side in the match.
Ghana missed the ensuing penalty with the last kick and Uruguay won their quarterfinal in a shootout.
Other goal incidents which have reignited the issue also involved the England-Germany clash and the game between Argentina and Mexico, all at the World Cup.
These happenings have put pressure on the sport body to start the technology debate up again, though FIFA has in the past rejected the idea.
"That meeting in October is when we will discuss the question of goal-line technology and take on such situations as we have witnessed in this competition with Suarez in the last minute of the match between Uruguay and Ghana," he said.
"You have seen in this competition and in others that it's so difficult to say if a ball is in or out.
"But if it is not in then no referee can declare it is a goal, this is definite.
"The international board will reopen the discussion on the goal-line technology but this is not just to satisfy problems that have come up during this competition.
"We have already received from different parties new approaches to how such technology could be installed and the easiest way [to do so].
"We will have a meeting on July 20 in Cardiff and this meeting will not deal with goal-line technology but will put it on the agenda for the normal business meeting in October."