Brussels, December 2018 - In 2018 the newest edition of the Euralarm Symposium will take place in Bucharest on June 4th. In five years, the conference has established itself as the most important event on significant market developments of innovative, legislative, regulatory and standardisation nature impacting one of the most successful Industries in Europe: electronic security and fire safety.
Euralarm expands its activities into fire extinguishing, offering new opportunities for its Members and the entire fire Industry to act as one at a European level.
Euralarm, the European trade association representing the electronic security and fire safety Industry expands its activities into fire extinguishing, offering new opportunities to its Members and to other organisations interested in joining forces with them.
With the new EN 16763 Services Standard, all the pre-requisites regarding level of skills, knowledge, and education that should be expected from service providers within the fire and security Industry have found a consensual definition.
Following a decision of its Board, Euralarm has welcomed its newest Member Teletek Electronics. The company will join the Fire Section of Euralarm, which activities cover fire detection, notification, evacuation, extinguishing controls and smoke and heat ventilation.
Euralarm, the trade association of the European electronic fire safety and security Industry, has presented its position on the state of fire safety in Europe. The association calls for several measures to keep Europe fire safe.
Euralarm has announced its next Symposium, which will take place in Bucharest Romania, on June 4th, 2018. This will be the second time that Romania will host this event, showing the country’s commitment to European electronic fire safety and security.
Fire services collect facts and figures during responses to alarms from Fire Detection and Alarm Systems. Euralarm has reviewed the different approaches for data collection and analysis in Germany, Great Britain (England), Switzerland, Sweden and Austria (Vorarlberg).
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 Euralarm Symposium 2017, which took place in London and supported by the British Security Industry Association and the Fire Industry Association, made a clear point that fire safety and security will be transformed by services standards and related developments in digital services.
Speeches and debates at the General Assembly of Euralarm, the European trade association for the electronic fire and security Industry, showed that it is more engaged with policymakers and regulators than ever. But also, found challenges ahead in delays in European legislative and standardisation processes.