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Hello from the KNXtoday team in lockdown. We hope that you are keeping safe and well!

With most people now working from home, and perhaps with more time on their hands, Simon Buddle starts our articles this month with some great advice on how to make the most of the lockdown in terms of your KNX business and skills.

Next, yours truly looks forward to life after lockdown, and puts the case for KNX playing a key role in tackling the climate crisis by saving energy in buildings. This includes two interviews with installers who have used KNX to make impressive efficiencies in commercial buildings.

Light + Building may have been postponed, but Mark Warburton cannot wait to treat us to a selection of launches and previews in the meantime, that you can enjoy from the comfort of home. You can also find more new product announcements in our Spotlight on Spring 2020 Products.

And finally, in his Letter from America. Phil Juneau talks us through interoperability from an OT (Operational Technology) perspective, and discusses how bringing edge computing together with other technologies can result in 20-35% energy reduction in buildings.

We also present you with our top stories, events and resources this month, and if that's not enough, there's plenty more at the website, including a round up of current trading statements on our Coronavirus Updates page. If you have any news, projects or topics you would like us to consider for publication, do get in touch!

- Yasmin Hashmi, Managing Editor
- Stella Plumbridge, News Editor & Publisher


Coronavirus: making the most of the lockdown

Looking Past the Current Crisis: practical examples of helping the environment with KNX

Virtual Show: a selection of Spring KNX product previews and launches

View from America: OT interoperability – the key to intelligent buildings


Theben Offers KNX RF Flush-Mounted Actuators with KNX Data Secure

Theben Announces iON KNX Tactile Sensor and Room Controller

JUNG Presents First New Products for 2020

Lime International Launches New Compact KNX Universal Dimmer 7625530

ABB Introduces RoomTouch KNX Room Controller Featuring Swipe Technology

Weinzierl Introduces New Solutions for Dimming and Lighting


KNX Association Announces the Opening of the 500th KNX Training Centre

My KNX Store Offers Control System Check List for Homeowners

Ivory Egg Offers Free Online Training to Maintain CPD During the Coronavirus Crisis

BEMCO and Zennio Partner to Offer Series of KNX Webinars

Paul Foulkes Takes the Reins at KNX UK

KNX Association Invites you to Play April’s Magic Memories Raffle





JUNG UK New Items Webinar

Theben Energy-efficient, comfortable, versatile Catalogue 2020

Weinzierl devices 2020 Catalogue

JUNG Product Report 2020

Siemens Virtual Exhibition – Innovations in building technology

Eelectron What’s new March 2020 Webinar

Gira News 2020 Webinar

CEDIA Podcast: Special – On Business Disruption

KNX Journal 2020

How To Become A KNXexpert Video


GEBT 2020
9-12 June 2020
Guangzhou, China

Internet of Things World US
10-13 Augustl 2020
San Jose, CA, USA

SSHT 2020
2-4 September 2020
Shanghai, China

SIBT 2020
2-4 September 2020
Shanghai, China

Light + Building 2020
22 September - 2 October 2020
Frankfurt, Germany

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