In the England series, the ICC will also make sure to make the use of DRS, as a permanent fixture for the BCCI.
"From the time we were advised by the BCCI that they would be using it in the England series, I think our focus has been on the delivery of DRS in that series and making sure we get the umpire appointments, to have an independent TV umpire, and making sure all the support staff and the equipment that goes with the DRS gets to those matches," Allardice said. "I think over the course of the next month or two, when we get a chance to talk to them, we'll work out the steps beyond the England tour."
"But in terms of assessing the performance of DRS, we'll obviously provide any information or any views of ours on the performance of DRS during that series. I think it's probably one the BCCI would be in a better position to answer as to what would shape their position for the future use of DRS technology," he added.