Euralarm released a guidance document including three checklists on remote services. It allows service companies to make a self-assessment of their readiness and compliance with the provisions laid down in EN 16763, EN 50710 and CLC/TS 50136-10.
Euralarm members of the Fire Section are asking all test and certification bodies to not mandatory also request compliance with EN 54-3:2014+A1:2019 with regards to any private label scheme or quality mark they offer.
Rapid technological developments and policy developments have brought new challenges for alarm systems. One of these challenges is the cyber security of the connected alarm systems. Euralarm members are involved in these challenges via the CENELEC Technical Committee 79 (TC 79).
CENELEC TC79 committee is looking at a revision of the EN50131-1. Euralarm is seriously involved in the revision of the standard. Why is this standard important for Europe and what are the benefits of the revision for European stakeholders?