Euralarm has released its Annual Report 2020-2021, which traditionally covers the period running between the General Assemblies of the association, however due to the COVID-19 crisis, the General Assembly will take place end of November. Nevertheless, it was decided to release the Annual Report this month.
The Annual Report summarises Euralarm’s activities over the previous year and, where appropriate, provides forecasts and plans for the future. The professional team was extended in 2020, enabling the association to be proactively participating in projects and meetings from the Commission, CEN, CCMC and Orgalim.
‘Online’ has become increasingly important and nowadays is the standard way of working. The trend towards online itself underlines how fast digitalisation and digital technologies can be converted into opportunities and challenges.
Euralarm has been contributing to standardisation processes, providing guidance in the digitalisation of the industry to address society’s needs for safety and security and partnering with research institutes to turn emerging technologies into sustainable solutions.
In addition, Euralarm has testified over the 2020-21 period of an ongoing growth in membership with Vanderbilt, Verisure, Kiwa and the Open Security & Safety Alliance (OSSA) as new members.