We start this month with a solution from Mahir Mensuri Karataş of Turkish Petroleum for dealing with erroneous presence detection. Next, our regular columnist, Simon Buddle, discusses why developers can save money by hiring a specialist to specify and implement an integrated system, rather than waste money on unnecessary hardware and effort.
After having explained previously how sell KNX, specify it, choose the right products and documentation, and commission and install a system, Mark Warburton of Ivory Egg gives some great advice on troubleshooting once the system has been switched off for the first time.
And finally, in his advice to architects, designers and building planners, Paul Foulkes of EchoHouse looks beyond energy savings at how KNX technology can be used to future-proof homes so that they can adapt to our changing needs.
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