The European fire and security Industry has now strengthened its voice at European level and consolidated its European representation, in preparation for upcoming challenges at regulatory, technological and political levels. The new section within Euralarm will help shape the future of the fire extinguishing business segment of the Industry.

The Europe wide transition of traditional (PSTN) telecom networks towards ALL-IP networks is having a significant impact on the alarm signalling systems across European countries. Euralarm’s Task Group Next Generation Networks (NGN) focuses on this transition and its consequences. 

Today will take place the launch event of the new system of harmonised standards consultants, webstreaming will be available

In October 2018, the Joint Initiative on Standardisation (JIS) will complete its second year of life. Euralarm was one of the first signatories of the initiative and a key partner in the development of its actions. CEN-CENELEC, the European standardisation platform organises on October 10, 2018 a webinar on JIS' achievements and discussions.

Malte Lohan has joined Orgalime as Director General as of January 1st, following an accomplished career spanning the corporate, trade association, agency and institutional worlds – most recently in the role of Head of Corporate Affairs Europe for Anheuser-Busch InBev.

Wednesday, 31 January 2018 20:40

Fia welcomes new chairman of the association

The new Chairman, Derek Gotts, takes the baton from previous Chairman, Martin Harvey, who served as Chairman for 10 years.  For Martin’s long years of service, he was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award, which was presented by CEO Ian Moore.

The Europe wide transition of traditional (PSTN) telecom networks towards ALL-IP networks is having a significant impact on the alarm signalling systems across European countries. Euralarm’s Task Group Next Generation Networks (NGN) focuses on this transition and its consequences. 

The market for electronic security technology will significantly increase its sales in 2017 according to ealry estimates published by Euralarm Member the BHE. Accordingly, sales should increase by 5.1% to a total of €4,145 million - a new record.

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