After a well-earned break, we are back with enthusiasm and high hopes that our readers will enjoy a successful and KNXellent 2017!
Prepared especially for you are some great articles this month, starting with a KNX-focussed overview of the forthcoming ISE show by none other than Mr ISE himself, Mike Blackman. This is followed by a look at how to use weather stations in KNX installations by Simon Buddle of Future Ready Homes. As always, Simon gives some useful examples and pointers. Continuing on the HVAC theme, Mark Warburton of Ivory Egg explains why KNX is an ideal solution for climate control in commercial buildings, citing the University of Leicester's College of Medicine as a fine example of an award-winning KNX installation.
And finally, KNX Partner Skender Shala of Miniproject gives us a fascinating insight into the KNX market in the Republic of Kosovo.
Don't forget to check out the latest news, as well as the resources section which is packed full of useful information, and don't forget to send us a picture of you, wherever you may be, with the KNX logo and a smile for our 'Where is KNX?' gallery. Happy holidays!
-Yasmin Hashmi, Managing Editor
Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) opens in Amsterdam and runs 7-10 February. Our coverage can be found on our Spotlight on ISE 2017 page, and we will be bringing you more shortly. You can register online now, and if you are exhibiting KNX products or services at ISE 2017, send us your show news as soon as possible.
The annual ISE Smart Building Conference will take place on 6 February, the day before ISE 2017 opens. As in previous years, it will stage a full-day’s programme including expert speakers from across the smart building industry.
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