Articles: system design

Opinion: Smart Living from an IT Perspective – why KNX is the Logical Choice

Everything that communicates over an IP network must have an address.

By Thanos Derempeis, AD Networks Ltd. After years of working as a freelance IT engineer, I formed AD Networks Ltd in 2002. The initial line of business was B2B IT consultancy, hardware/software supply and support for businesses varying from 5 … [READ MORE]

Highlights from Light + Building 2018 – Part 5: KNX Secure

Weinzierl's Head of Test Laboratory, Elena Eckbauer, pointing out the KNX IO 511 secure switching actuator alongside the Weinzierl KNX Multi IO 570 universal input and output module that supports 48 digital channels.

By Yasmin Hashmi, KNXtoday In Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 of this five-part series on highlights from the recent Light + Building show in Frankfurt, we presented a selection of KNX products and technologies ranging from new user interfaces, … [READ MORE]

Highlights from Light + Building 2018 – Part 2: Simpler Design, Installation and Control

Siemens Product Manager Ulrike Kull demonstrating the new connection technique on Siemens' new universal KNX dimmer.

By Yasmin Hashmi, KNXtoday If you were looking for tools to make KNX system planning, installation and operation easier, Light + Building 2018 had plenty to show. In Part 2 of our show highlights, we look at a selection of … [READ MORE]

Show Report: Top Ten Innovations at Light + Building 2018

KNX stands

By Mark Warburton, Ivory Egg. Having spent the full six days at Light + Building 2018, plus a preview day on the Saturday, I was able to see the majority of the show – well, the building part anyway! Other … [READ MORE]

Show Report: KNX at ISE 2018 Bursting at the Seams

Simon-Buddle

By Simon Buddle, Future Ready Homes. The RAI exhibition centre is now officially full to capacity. The Integrated Systems Europe Show filled every hall and hallway. It even created a new hall on the plaza in front of the main … [READ MORE]