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KNX IoT case study: Digital Twin property

While KNX has been capable of using IP networks to communicate (between devices, or between servers and clients) thanks to the KNXnet/IP protocol, KNX IoT qualitatively increases the interoperability at IP level, becomes SW-development friendly and adds new physical layers demanded by the market (mesh networks). In this new scenario, the KNX IoT 3 Party API is the secure, semantically enriched and reliable way to create a data-driven infrastructure for home and building automation installations. Thanks to KNX IoT, all the stakeholders involved in the product lifecycle (manufacturers, developers, system integrators) enjoy an enhanced approach to manufacturing, developing and integration.

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