Light + Building brought us many new user interfaces, and for those in the UK that were not able to travel to Germany, distributor Ivory
By Mark Warburton, Ivory Egg. Choice is an interesting thing. When faced with limited options, it’s often easy to work out what you want. Presented
By Simon Buddle, Future Ready Homes. It is beginning to feel like a very long year. This office desk of mine has spent far too
The New Reality: using KNX to create virus-conscious buildings by treating internal spaces as a single environment
By Mark Warburton, Ivory Egg. One of the immediate impacts that the pandemic will have on our industry is changes to the specifications on new
By Mark Warburton, Ivory Egg. With everything going on around the world, it is really inspiring to see the way people and communities are working
By Philip R. Juneau, ATC. The hospitality market has shown consistent, significant growth over the years, and has been moving towards the highest end of
By Neil McCarry, IDES Ltd. Our long-term client, a young lady who has been severely physically disabled and recently bedridden, lives in a KNX-automated house
By Flavio Sanches, ComfortClick. Euphoria Resort is an all-inclusive 287-room holiday complex that is perched on the seashore of Kolymbari on the Greek island Crete.
By Yasmin Hashmi, KNXtoday If your interest is in KNX user interfaces or sensors, there was plenty at Light + Building 2018 to tempt you.