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KNX UK Holds KNX Secure Day

10.00 am – 2.00 pm – Free CPD* Event from KNX UK – includes lunch

If you want to know how the KNX open protocol can secure BMS from cyber attack while enabling developers to meet Part L requirements and achieve Energy Targets then join us in Farnborough on 15th June 2022.

KNX & Cyber Security – KNX & Part L Changes – KNX & Energy Targets

KNX is NOT a proprietary product and is NOT a controls system, it is a global standard language capable of linking and automating building services from smart homes to large commercial and public buildings. Its many applications include control of lighting, HVAC, AV, security, safety protocols, energy efficiency, assisted living requirements, blind and shading controls.  It can easily be used for residential and commercial projects which have included Heathrow Terminals 2 & 5, Manchester University, many large office buildings, apartment blocks and hotels, privately owned smart homes, Passivhaus and assisted living facilities.

These are all hot topics that you are likely already discussing with clients and potential clients, so join us on 15th June – learn about KNX and its value in the future of construction. Talk to specialists who can explain how using KNX can simplify your projects by providing a single architecture on which to base all your building services. Using the KNX global standard can help you meet the new regulations and achieve the targets coming into effect now and into the future.  KNX is NOT a proprietary commodity – future updates will never require a complete system re-design. Come along and find out why!

Book your place here, and we look forward to seeing you there.

*RIBA & CIBSE members: can count towards CPD requirements – KNX Certified Partners can claim 5 points

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JUNG area / line coupler

JUNG area / line coupler
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