SPL chief executive Neil Doncaster says he wants the SPL to be a test nation for goal-line technology.
World football’s governing body FIFA will decide whether to roll out the scheme at a meeting in July.
And if the project gets the green light, Doncaster hopes Scotland’s top flight will be selected to test the technology out.
The debate has intensified following Lee Wallace’s effort in Wednesday’s Old Firm match, which appeared to cross the line.
Neither referee Willie Collum nor his assistant was able to tell whether the whole of the ball was over before Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster palmed it away.
Doncaster told the Daily Record: "I'm in favour of goal-line technology and have offered the SPL for any pilot scheme that might be approved by FIFA."
Scottish Football Association chief executive Stewart Regan added: "The test results will be discussed in March. The Old Firm game was another example where the technology would have been useful."