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3/08/2018 00:00
BSIA announce Autumn technical events
The BSIA is hosting a variety of technical events across the United Kingdom this autumn.

These free events will give you the chance to get essential updates first hand from some  of the industry's leading experts to ensure your organisation is up to speed with the many changes in your sector.

Topics we will be covering include, next generation networks, cyber security, data protection, and changes to legislation.

Speakers for all events will be announced shortly - register your interest now as spaces will be limited.

OCTOBER

PD6662: scheme for the application of European Standards for Intrusion and hold-up alarm systems and related revised standards
Bristol, 4 October (venue tbc)
Birmingham, 16 October (venue tbc)


Installers and manufacturers have to change their practice and products in time to meet the end of the transition period from PD 6662:2010 to PD 6662:2017. The deadline of 31 May 2019 is not far away.

So what do you need to know?

Join us for a breakfast briefing on what the transition will mean to you and your customers.

PD6662 has been updated to take account of the latest harmonised European and British standards applicable to intruder & hold-up alarm systems. Key documents on alarm signalling have been updated along with changes to how new standards are applied to the scheme.

We will also briefly update you on another related topic: PD 6669/BS EN50136: guidance for the provision of alarm transmission systems (ATS) for alarm systems in the UK.

Next Generation Networks (NGN) + PD6662 Breakfast Briefing
Manchester, 31 October (venue tbc)

Join the technical team and some of the industry's leading experts to discuss how changes to the UK telecommunications network may affect the Fire and Security Industry. There’s been a lot of talk in the industry about the PSTN switch off and upcoming changes happening to the telephone network.

Do you know how these changes will impact on you?

This event will provide you with all the information you need to plan the switch from analogue to an ALL-IP digital network for your new, and existing alarm signalling systems. You’ll have the opportunity to hold a Q&A with all guest speakers so you can ensure all your queries are answered.

There will also be the opportunity to discuss important changes to PD6662 as well as PD6669/BS EN50136.

NOVEMBER

PD6662: scheme for the application of European Standards for Intrusion and hold-up alarm systems and related revised standards
UBM, Blackfriars Road, London, 7 November

Installers and manufacturers have to change their practice and products intime to meet  the end of the transition period from PD 6662:2010 to PD 6662:2017. The deadline of 31 May 2019 is not far away.

So what do you need to know?

Join us for a breakfast briefing on what the transition will mean to you and your customers.

PD 6662 has been updated to take account of the latest harmonised European and British standards applicable to intruder & hold-up alarm systems. Key documents on alarm signalling have been updated along with changes to how new standards are applied to the scheme.

We will also briefly update you on another related topic: PD 6669/BS EN50136: guidance for the provision of alarm transmission systems (ATS) for alarm systems in the UK.

DECEMBER

Next Generation Networks (NGN) + PD6662 Breakfast Briefing + cyber security
Belfast, 11 December (venue tbc)

Join the technical team and some of the industry's leading expertsto discuss how changes to the UK telecommunications network may affect the Fire and Security Industry. There’s been a lot of talk in the industry about the PSTN switch off and upcoming changes happening to the telephone network.

Do you know how these changes will impact on you?

This event will provide you with all the information you need to plan the switch from analogue to an ALL-IP digital network for your new, and existing alarm signalling systems. You’ll have the opportunity to hold a Q&A with all guest speakers so you can ensure all your queries are answered.

There will also be the opportunity to discuss important changes to PD6662 as well as PD6669/BS EN50136.

We will also be discussing how cyber security impacts on your business and the services you provide to your clients, so come along, listen to experts in cyber and data protection and join in the Q&A session to see how industry is dealing with this hidden threat.