Profile: Rafal Borek, Home of Technologies

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By Yasmin Hashmi, KNXtoday. Rafal Borek is the director of Home of Technologies (HoT), a value-added distributor of electrical and engineering components with a focus on building and home automation. He is a KNX and PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) solutions … [READ MORE]

Interview: Michael Seeland, Jung

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Having opened a new office for Jung in Wandsworth, South London, Michael Seeland, General Manager of Jung UK, is ready to address the project market in a big way. Seeland trained as a technician electrician in Austria, and has held … [READ MORE]

The Design Argument for KNX: Part 1 – Style and Substance

Paul Foulkes

By Paul Foulkes, EchoHouse Energy. Last month, Mark Warburton looked at the argument for using KNX in a smaller residential build, in particular as part of a retrofit. I have put this to the test and am nearing the end … [READ MORE]

Trade Talk: Upgrades in Existing Buildings and those Difficult-to-get-to Places

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By Simon Buddle, Future Ready Homes. Well it’s back to reality for most of us I’m sure. After a few weeks R&R we’re heading back to work en masse. The joy of getting 5 miles across London in 20 minutes … [READ MORE]

Overview: Holistic Planning and Environmental Mitigation

Paul Foulkes

By Paul Foulkes, EchoHouse Energy. Now that we are back from the summer break and perhaps starting on a new business cycle, let’s remind ourselves, before we proceed further, why KNX is the ideal choice for holistic planning and environmental … [READ MORE]