Association of European Manufacturers of Fire and Security Systems (EURALARM)
Association des constructeurs et installateurs européens de systèmes de sécurité et d'incendie
Vereinigung Europäischer Hersteller und Errichter von Sicherheitsanlagen
1970, as Association of European Manufacturers of Fire and Intruder Alarm Systems – Association des constructeurs européens de systèmes d'alarme, incendie et vol – Vereinigung Europäischer Hersteller von Alarmanlagen für Brand, Einbruch und Überfall. EU Transparency Register: 94201247949-87.
Represent on an international level the interests of European manufacturers and service providers of fire safety and security systems, in cooperation with economic and technical organizations; assist in preparation of standards, rules and recommendations; endeavour to eliminate trade barriers; support research and testing organizations; promote technological development for improvement of systems reliability.
Events2020-10-29 | Brussels, Belgium – General Assembly
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