Case Study: Intelligent Lighting for Sensitive Architectural Project at Cambridge University

The magnificent St. John's College was founded in 1511 but has some parts dating back to the 1200s. It required a lighting control solution as part of the refurbishment of the New Court building.

By Stephen Payne, B.E.G. St. John’s College, a constituent college of the University of Cambridge, which is ranked fourth in the Higher Education World Reputation Rankings, was founded in 1511 by Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother of King Henry VII. It … [READ MORE]

Case Study: KNX the Natural Choice for a Building Dedicated to Sustainability

Entrance to the Urban Sciences Building.

By Robin Baddley, IBT Controls. The Urban Sciences Building at the University of Newcastle is an exciting KNX project installation that won systems designer and integrator, IBT Controls, the KNX UK 2018 ‘Commercial Installation of the Year’ award for demonstrating … [READ MORE]

ABB KNX Technology Minimises Energy Consumption at Nesbru Nursing Home and Provides Increased Comfort and Safety

ABB supplies KNX-based state of the art control of lighting, heating, ventilation, and blinds to Nesbru nursing home, a passive house in Asker, Norway. ABB control technology ensures minimal energy consumption at the Nesbru Living and Care Center, a passive … [READ MORE]