CRISP final conference on 16th March

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.

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