Since the founding of our association, knowledge transfer and information sharing have played an important role. This is reflected not only in the many contributions Euralarm makes to standardisation work, but also in the numerous expert documents published by the association. In line with this, Euralarm organizes an annual industry forum where experts shed light on current and future opportunities and challenges for the fire safety and security industry.
The June 2022 Compliance Report is available for download with info on AI and the plans of the upcoming Czech Presidency on this topic, the Cyber Resilience Act, the Construction Products Regulation, the New Legislative Framework, the Standardisation Policy, the ROHS review and much more.
In 2016 Euralarm and the European Fire & Security Group (EFSG) started working on exchanging knowhow and info on the implementation of a basic agreement for fire detection products. This resulted in the Task Force EFSG that re-established its work last year. We spoke with chair Andreas Brenner on the progress of the work.
The standardisation working group in charge of the maintenance of the EMC directive EN 50130-4 (CLC/TC 79/WG 9) and Euralarm (the main users of the document) are discussing this revision of the standard .
Euralarm, the European association representing the electronic fire safety and security industry, has given feedback on the NLF. The association’s response to the questions of the European Commission were laid down in a Position Paper.