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Our article feature this month is sponsored by JUNG, and we start with an overview by Andrew Taylor of the F50 range of push-button interfaces.
Next, KNXin's Jesús Arias García gives a fascinating look at the lessons our industry can learn from the big players such as Apple. Sophie Thomas of Ivory Egg keeps the ball rolling by asking what effects DIY home automation using products such as HomeKit is having on KNX, and by providing some interesting research on what end users want.
Simon Buddle then treats us to a look at when and how to use logic modules on the KNX bus, with helpful tips and examples. This is followed by a very practical overview by Dr Thomas Weinzierl of Weinzierl Engineering, of how to use KNX IP products for various functions. And finally, Dr KNX deals with ETS4 updating issues.
Don’t forget that you can comment at the end of these articles, and do remember to send us a picture of you, wherever you may be, with the KNX logo and a smile for our 'Where is KNX?' gallery. Enjoy!
-Yasmin Hashmi, Managing Editor