We start this month with an article by Hans Walltin of Walltin Building Control, on what to consider when designing HVAC control for residential and commercial projects. This includes some great practical advice and examples.
This is followed by Simon Buddle of Future Ready Homes, who argues that KNX professionals have to be multiskilled, able to fault-find, log data and analyse it, in order to prove with confidence that the KNX control system is working as it should. Simon also gives some practical examples of methods and tools.
Next, Mark Warburton of Ivory Egg gives an encouraging overview of the latest KNX developments to look out for at the ISE show. These include ETS Inside, KNX Web Services Gateway and KNX Secure.
And finally, José María Morcillo López of Domonetio KNX Training Center outlines some essential considerations when planning an HVAC system, including taking into account regional differences, and the different requirements of residential and commercial projects.
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
If you are attending Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) in Amsterdam next week make sure you visit the KNX Association in Hall 9 at stands F150, F160 and F170. You can find our coverage of all things KNX at the event here.
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