Draft policy document for future standardisation in security systems now open for public comment.
CRISP, an EU-financed research project, has now delivered its final output in the form of a 52-page-long CEN Workshop Agreement, a formal CEN document which can potentially result in a standard impacting installed systems.
The workshop agreement is open for comments until March 1st and will be discussed during a Brussels-based CRISP Final Conference on March 16, to which Euralarm will participate, with Glen Dale, Euralarm General Director and Dr Aikaterina Poustourli from The European Commission, DG Migration and Home Affairs as featured speakers. Details and registration will soon be available. This event will be coordinated along with a meeting of the Community of Users on Safe, Secure and Resilient Societies – a group of researchers and practitioners in the security sector monitoring EU-backed research and development.
See here the invitation for CRISP's Final Conference.
Euralarm, the European trade association of the electronic fire safety and security Industry, has published its Annual Report 2016-2017. The report underlines the impact of the association on the future of standardisation, electroninc fire safety, security and associated services.
The 9th edition of the A.R.T.S. National Conference in Bucharest, Romania will focus on the Social Value of Security Services. A topic that is also core to Euralarm’s Mission and Strategy. A.R.T.S. is Euralarm Member and a national association for the Industry of ‘Security Technique’.
Euralarm Members have long been involved in the development of European standards. But when such a standard is published, a new story begins with its implementation at national level.
Euralarm will be represented at the CEN-CENELEC StandarDays 2017, which will take place in Brussels at the CEN-CENELEC Management Centre on 20-21 April. Participants in this public event will receive a structured overview of the European Standardisation System, CEN-CENELEC products and processes, as well as the benefits of stakeholder involvement.
Euralarm closely monitors developments in cyber security, which was one of the key topics of the 2016 Symposium. It will also figure high on the agenda for this year’s edition of the event which will explore, among other topics, digital services in fire and security electronics.
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