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KNX Expands Reach at ISE 2020

At this year’s Integrated Systems Europe (ISE), the world’s largest exhibition for AV and systems integration, held at the RAI Amsterdam 11-14 February 2020, KNX Association will underline its central role as the exclusive ISE Presenting Show Partner.

More than 40 KNX manufacturers will participate along with KNX Association at ISE 2020. The 168m² KNX booth, located in the Smart Building Hall 9, stand F120, will host 18 co-exhibitors, providing visitors the opportunity to experience the latest KNX products and developments. In addition, training and consultation sessions will provide a greater understanding of how to work with KNX, regardless of whether you are a beginner or experienced installer.

All information about the activities can be found on the dedicated KNX website for ISE at

With KNX Association being the Exclusive Presenting Show Partner, KNX and ISE have seen some remarkable developments over the years, which are set to grow thanks to this cooperation. The benefits were already visible in 2019, the year when KNX and ISE became official partners, and will be even more dominant in this edition of ISE.

As one of the world’s largest systems integration shows, ISE provides an ideal platform to bring the advantages of KNX for smart homes and smart buildings to a broad audience on behalf of almost 500 manufacturers. KNX will also put the spotlight on the latest industry developments, benefitting everyone from the end-user and the integrator all the way to the manufacturer.

Additionally, ISE will also serve as platform to celebrate the 30th anniversary of KNX. In celebration, KNX Association will host a booth party on the third day of the show, 13 February, in the evening. After the keynote speeches, guests from all over the world can enjoy entertainment, food and drinks and the opportunity to network.

Activities at the KNX Association booth at Smart Building Hall 9, F120

The KNX booth will be the main feature of the Smart Building Hall 9, F120. Located in the hall’s most prominent position, the booth will incorporate various highlights, including a KNX presentation area, and a KNX expert to help KNX professionals find the best solutions for their projects. Also, the Start@KNX Area will show people how to become a ‘KNXPert’, by giving a deeper insight into how to get started with KNX and how to become a certified KNX expert in the field.

18 Co-exhibitors from all over the world

18 KNX manufacturers from all over the world are taking advantage of the top-location KNX booth to present the latest developments in KNX technology. They will show their latest devices and will outline the future of KNX products.

Smart Building Conference on February 10th

KNX has been the main supporter of the Smart Building Conference since its inception. The conference will take place at the nearby Hotel Okura on 10 February (the day prior to the opening day of the exhibition) and will focus on ‘5G, IoT and the Intelligent Edge’. The highlight of the conference will be the roundtable discussion about cyber security, hosted by KNX Association, from 14:40 – 15:40.

Booth Party to celebrate the 30th anniversary of KNX on 13 February

In order to celebrate its 30th anniversary in style, KNX Association invites you to the official KNX Booth Party on Thursday, 13 February from 17:00. Guests from all over the world are expected to enjoy entertainment, food and drinks as well as networking. In order to participate in the booth party, a registration on is required.

Free entry-ticket to ISE 2020

The tone has been set for ISE 2020, which will take place at RAI Amsterdam for the last time before it moves to FIRA Barcelona. By visiting you can retrieve a free voucher code for downloading a ticket for ISE, worth €175.

All information about the activities can be found on the dedicated KNX website for ISE 2020 at:

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