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Refreshed from the summer break, we return with an interview of KNX Association Marketing Manager, Casto Cañavate, on the imminent KNXperience online trade show. KNX Association is pulling out all the stops and this promises to be a fantastic event, with a full programme designed to inform, educate and entertain, including the 13th KNX Awards – all from the convenience of your desktop or mobile device. It's also a great opportunity to get people involved who you think may benefit from knowing more about KNX. Everyone is welcome and you can register online now.

From his vantage point in the USA, where indoor air quality in commercial and public buildings is high on the agenda, Phil Juneau suggests planners take a good look at what is fundamentally important in a building. He goes on to make the case for following energy standards, collaborating with market experts and using future-proof control standards such as KNX.

As the days get shorter in the northern hemisphere, Simon Buddle turns his attention to lighting, and explains why documentation sets the KNX professional apart from the 'trunk slammer'. Mark Warburton continues the lighting theme by providing detailed programming advice on how to keep KNX push buttons in sync with the controlled circuit.

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. In addition, 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, Publisher


Interview: Casto Cañavate on bringing KNX to the World with the KNXperience online trade show

View from America: getting back to fundamentals to protect ourselves better

KNX Professionals: documentation sets us apart from the trunk slammers

Programming Tips: keeping KNX push buttons in sync with the controlled circuit


Zennio Releases New EyeZen Family of PIR Detectors

JUNG Offers Augmented Planning with AR-Studio App


KNX Association Presents KNX to the World with the KNXperience Digital Trade Show

BEMCO Offers Kaiser’s Must Have Tools for KNX Installation

My KNX Store Offers Lithe Audio Speakers

ABB Wins Red Dot Awards for ABB RoomTouch and IP touch 7″ Devices

Ivory Egg Gets Fit for the Future

Market Research Shows KNX as the Dominant Technology in the Smart Home Market

ISE 2021 COVID-19 Risk Rated as Low by WHO Criteria

sonnen Becomes First Storage Manufacturer to Receive KNX Certification





My KNX Store Webinars: Zennio Actuators, Capacative Touch Keypads, Touch Screen, Get Face IP and HVAC

KNX Development: future-proof investment Webinar

HMS Networks Whitepaper: 6 steps to reduce the spread of viruses via AC

Theben KNX RF Flush-Mounted Actuators Tutorial

IP-BLiS Open Webinar

Voltimum Academy: Ivory Egg KNX Webinars

JUNG Architecture Talks

Gira Innovations Catalogue – On. Off. And everything in between

Siemens Virtual Exhibition – GAMMA instabus KNX products

BEMCO Webinar: Steinel True Presence and Multisensor


KNXperience 2020
28 September - 2 October 2020
Virtual event

KNX Awards 2020
29 September 2020 at 17:00 CEST
Virtual event

GEBT 2020
30 September - 2 October 2020
Guangzhou, China

Integrated Systems Europe
2-5 February 2021
Barcelona, Spain

Smart Home Expo
9-10 March 2021
Birmingham, UK

Light + Building 2022
13-18 March 2022
Frankfurt, Germany

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