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We start this month with the first part of our show report on the recent KNXperience, the KNX Association's first online trade fair dedicated to KNX. This was a week jam-packed with top-class conference sessions and the opportunity for the global KNX community to come together to learn about new products and solutions and interact with each other. It also celebrated some fantastic applications through the KNX Awards, and was a convenient way for newcomers to familiarise themselves with KNX as well, which is a theme that Mark Warburton picks up on his article on why KNX is the ideal standard for market-leading building control projects now and in the future. In this, Mark reminds us of the benefits of KNX and how we must all adapt to the new reality.

As the world population grows and more homes are required, Simon Buddle makes the case for using KNX as the central control platform and using building-wide networks for multi-dwelling units in order to give residents control from their smart phone, as well as enabling the concierge desk to control the apartment when needed. He argues that it helps avoid the build-up of a tangle of multiple control protocols, and stresses that this solution should be proposed as part of the building design process. As the climate warms up, Phil Juneau calls for his home country to meet the challenge of net zero-carbon buildings, and defines a path and methodology for doing so. Unsurprisingly, his solution also involves going back to basic principles of building design and using KNX as the control platform.

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


Show Report Part 1: KNXperience – the first online global trade fair for KNX

Adapting to the New Reality: KNX is the ideal standard for market-leading building control projects now and in the future

The Bigger Picture: how to avoid protocol soup through building-wide networks

View from America: net zero carbon buildings – a challenge that KNX can meet


Eelectron Integrates New Plugin Sensors to its KNX Multi.Sensor Range of Presence Detectors

JUNG Presents KNX Secure Solutions and Apps at KNXperience

ABB Offers Tenton 3-in-1 KNX Room Control Device

Weinzierl Presents New Solutions at KNXperience


Zennio Offers Extensive Range of Bi-Directional AC Gateways

Thinka Explains How Security and Data Protection Underlie the Thinka KNX Smart Home Hub

ThinKnx Launches its new Pro Line Servers


KNX Association Invites You to the Celebration of #KNXis30

ABB Launches Virtual Innovation Shows for Smart Buildings

KNX Awards 2020 Goes Digit@l and Confirms its Success as a Streamed Event

ISE 2021 Postpones to June 2021 and Launches New Digital Offering

Shanghai Intelligent Building Technology and Shanghai Smart Home Technology Shows Go Ahead




JUNG Webinars 2020: Secure Installations with KNX

KNXperience Conference

KNXperience Exhibition

KNX Awards 2020


20 October 2020
Virtual event

Integrated Systems Europe
1-4 June 2021
Barcelona, Spain

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

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