FIFA is examining 13 different goal-line technology systems which could help match officials make more accurate decisions.
FIFA revealed that all the project proposals were presented last week, and will be studied in more detail at an October 20 meeting of the International Football Association Board.
The IFAB panel will gather in Newport, Wales, to help set the agenda for its annual meeting which takes place next March.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter reopened the debate on using technology to help match officials after a series of errors at the World Cup in South Africa.
Blatter had previously spoken against high-tech assistance for referees by insisting that human error was a part of the game.
The panel will also discuss worldwide trials using additional officials behind each goal to help referees rule on goal-line judgments and penalty area decisions.
IFAB is a 124-year-old body comprising the associations of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, plus FIFA representing the other 204 soccer nations. Each British member has one vote, FIFA has four and a proposed new rule needs six votes to be passed.