25 Jun 2024
by Martin Franke

Euralarm welcomes AddSecure as new member

Euralarm has welcomed AddSecure as new member. The leading European provider of secure IoT connectivity and end-to-end solutions will become member of the Euralarm Security Section.


AddSecure is a leading European provider of secure IoT connectivity and end-to-end solutions. The company helps customers optimize their operations, drive business value, and secure vital functions. By combining connected, data-driven, and sensor-based solutions with best-in-class expertise, AddSecure meets its customers’ needs regardless of industry. Their secure IoT solutions are used within the areas of buildings, alarms, transportation and logistics, personal safety and security, health care, construction, municipalities, schools, rescue services, power grids, and more. More information on AddSecure can be found via https://www.addsecuregroup.com/.

Gain expertise on markets and opportunities

Companies joining Euralarm get a unique insight into what is happening on other European markets and the opportunities that they might offer. They not only tap into the political expertise and understanding of the EU policy but can also make personal connections with technical and political experts and potential business partners.

Being a member of Euralarm enables companies and associations to gain expertise on standardization. Members have their voice heard in Brussels and can support and direct standardization and legislative processes.

Security Section

The Security Section undertakes efforts to ensure that European (CEN/CENELEC/ETSI) security equipment and system standards meet the requirements of Euralarm’s members. For that reason our experts, technical managers together with other stakeholders monitor and support  relevant IEC, ISO, CENELEC, CEN and ETSI committees on electronic security standards. The section closely follows the execution of standardization activities of relevant standardization organizations and is keen on ensuring that the EN 50131-1 revision is delivered to ensure professional security products are defined.

Working in an international playing field, requires cooperation. The Security section acts as a platform for collaboration between companies in the industry to formulate and put across common views. The section advocates its positions towards the European Commission on policies, legislation and regulations that affect security products and towards other relevant stakeholders to promote the electronic security industry. As part of its networking function, the section works to maintain and develop close contacts with other organizations and associations which are active in the security market and complementary to Euralarm activities.

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