Working together on the electrotechnics and electronics of tomorrow.
How and in which technical committee can you as an expert work with us?
If you don't want to leave standards development to other parties (including your competitors), you can actively participate in a technical committee and contribute to the final standard. Standardisation is a complex process of consensus decision-making. Your constructive contribution can influence but by definition not predict the outcome.
It is wise, therefore, to ask yourself some pertinent questions like these:
- What expertise do I bring to this particular subject in view of my company strategy?
- Who are the other players in this matter?
- How real is the influence I can exert on behalf of my company, and where specifically can I add value?
- What is the exact investment of time and money involved?
- What precisely do I hope to achieve within the context of this standard?
"Thanks to standardisation we can communicate with our engineer-developers about specifications and requirements for new products."
INCERT a quality label managed by the BEC
Since 2002 INCERT has been the ultimate quality label for building protection and vehicle theft.
INCERT, managed by the BEC, is a quality brand on a voluntary basis that brings the different actors together and is supported by these actors. These actors are insurers, specialized engineering offices, professional associations of manufacturers, distributors and installers as well as certification bodies.
The BEC, as sectoral operator for the commission 79 “Alarm systems”, has placed this under commission 79.
Cybersecurity Standardization Online Conference 2021
The European Standards Organizations CEN, CENELEC and ETSI, have joined forces with ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, to bring you a virtual Cybersecurity Standardization Conference on ‘European Standardization in support of the EU Cybersecurity Act’.