How to become an EPTS Licensee
Any provider of Electronic Performance and Tracking Systems (EPTS) who wishes to test and certify their EPTS technology (wearable & performance) to the FIFA standard shall follow the FIFA Quality Programme application process.
Any provider of Electronic Performance and Tracking Systems (EPTS) who wishes to test and certify their EPTS technology (wearable & performance) to the FIFA standard shall follow the below step- by-step process as a guideline to follow the application process:
The certification of a system requires a positive rest result and a:
- non-commercial license agreement for wearable technology tested to the IMS safety standard
- commercial license agreement for EPTS tested to the FIFA Quality Performance standard
The following document is a guide for any company seeking to test and certify their tracking devices to the requirements of the FIFA Quality Programme:
The document outlines the two standards: International Match Standard (IMS) and FIFA Quality.
- International Match Standard (IMS):Only applicable to wearable systems that undergo the safety tes
- FIFA Quality standard:Applicable to both wearable and optical systems that undergo the performance test
The tests are performed by accredited independent Test Institutes and certified systems that are listed under EPTS Testing on the website for end-user guidance. For more information please have a look at the related content.