The 2018 EUSAS-Euralarm, the second edition of the event will be hosted by Airbus and will take place at the Airbus facilities in Bremen, Germany, on April 25th and 26th, 2018. The topic of the conference will be ‘Fire Safety and Security in the Aviation Sector’.
This will be the second edition of the event, which is already a reference in the field of electronic security and fire research and development (R&D) and which first installment was praised for the high quality of the speeches and presentations delivered.
The conference will focus on fire safety and security in aircrafts and airports, as well as travellers’ safety. It will bring together academics, innovators, executives and researchers from the European and US Aviation Industry, as well as from the Fire and Security Industry. Other actors involved in the event are testing institutes, certification bodies and standard developers interested in engineering and fire safety and security technologies applied to the aviation sector.
The organisers of the event are EUSAS, the European Society for Automatic Alarm Systems e.V, a European platform for promoting security and protection engineering, and Euralarm, the European trade association for the electronic fire safety and security Industry and main representative of the industrial sector towards EU Institutions in Brussels.
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