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.
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.
A call for papers has been launched following the announcement of the second edition of the EUSAS-EURALARM Conference, taking place next July. Papers should address Fire Safety and Security in the Aviation Sector. The event will be hosted by Airbus in Bremen, Germany.
The European Commission published this week the Report on the implementation of EU standardisation policy and the contribution of European standards to EU policies.
The CEN-CENELEC Work Programme 2018 is published. It details what will be the developments in each of the 14 business sectors in 2018, building on the achievements of 2017.
Euralarm presented at Sicherheit 2017 in Zurich the fire safety and security Industry's view on security as a ‘secure’ service.
The UK Fire Industry Association, a long-standing Euralarm Member, has published a guide on how to cut false alarm costs.