KNX Future of Automation

KNX Automation System :

KNX Automation creates demand for comfort and versatility in managing heating, lighting and access control systems both in a  residence and an office complex. At the same time, efficient use of energy is becoming increasingly important. People want a comfortable, sustainable and safe place to live and work. This is where automation comes in.

However, greater convenience and safety combined with lower energy consumption can only be achieved by intelligently controlling and monitoring all products involved. This is a real challenge because it requires more cables from sensors and actuators to control and monitoring centers. For professionals, this mass of cabling also means greater design and installation efforts, increased fire risk and rising costs. This is the problem that KNX solves.

KNX provides simple home and building control. By applying a principle called collaboration, technology can be controlled and monitored through a unified system. KNX allows you to control lighting, blinds, security systems, energy management, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, signaling and monitoring, interfaces to service and building control systems, and more. It also offers remote control and audio/video control.

KNX Advantages:

  • Reduced site installation
  • Use Any Manufacturer product – No boundaries of brands.
  • Less cabling & wastage
  • Data can be passed from one application to another
  • Efficient installation, one integrator, one system
  • Applications can share devices
  • Increased levels of control and functionality
  • Standard commissioning procedures
  • Increased energy efficiency – more sustainable
  • World wide standard over 30 years
  • Improved environmental comfort
  • Flexible and fully upgradeable
  • Enhanced user experience
  • Forwards compatibility
  • Applications can share devices
  • Reduced maintenance
  • Reduced number of devices on the wall
  • Open protocol – end client has full access


KNX solutions can be used in an extremely wide range of building control and automation applications in all market segments, including commercial and industrial facilities. It has characteristics of high flexibility and a characteristic feature of the system is the ability to use it for many different applications within one project. Such applications include:

  • Lighting Control ( Phase Cut, DALI, Analog, on/off, DMX )
  • Audio-Visual Control and Interfacing
  • Façade Automation – blinds, solar control, windows, natural ventilation
  • Touch Screen and Visualization Interfaces
  • HVAC
  • IP Connectivity & Remote Access
  • Energy Metering and Management
  • Façade Automation – blinds, solar control, windows, natural ventilation
  • Security & Monitoring
KNX Home Automation System

KNX topology has no limits on the size and scale of buildings in which it can be used. KNX is equally suitable for large commercial projects as it is for residential buildings.
One KNX line can support up to 64 KNX devices using one power supply. These lines can be repeated and cascaded to cover multiple KNX lines of 64 devices using IP or KNX backbones. In this way, the size of the system is practically unlimited.
KNX is extremely efficient at communicating with other systems and protocols because there are many established gateways from many vendors. These include OPC, SCADA, BACnet, DALI and other servers. These interfaces and gateways are widely used around the world and have been tried and tested.

Interface Connectivity:

In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of gateways based on established, proprietary systems from manufacturers offering their own gateways for KNX. When considering such a solution, you should take into account whether the gateway is truly KNX certified and the benefits of working with a single manufacturer’s proprietary solution, as this could be counterintuitive to the power of KNX, i.e. manufacturer independence.

  • BACnet
  • 1-10V Analogue Systems
  • Modbus (metering)
  • Crestron
  • RS232
  • AMX
  • RS485
  • LON
  • DALI
  • IP Interfaces
  • DSI
  • USB Interfaces
  • DMX
  • Serial Interface

Area Of Application:

Whether you want to implement KNX in a new building or a renovation project, building automation can be realized in every project type.

Office buildings

Design your office so that it meets your needs and saves money. With KNX you can substantially decrease your maintenance costs in terms of energy consumption. Studies show that the use of smart technology in office buildings can increase the productivity and quality of the work environment.

KNX Office Automation

Residential buildings

Design your own living space tailored to your lifestyle with KNX technology. A custom residence or  apartment building with the highest comfort and quality will increase your home’s value

KNX Home Automation


Hotel owners want to offer a high level of comfort to their guests. At the same time, cost control and sustainability are imperative. Building automation with KNX is the perfect solution to meet your guests’ high expectations while also optimizing energy usage.


Schools and universities

Schools and universities are confronted with the challenge of providing students with comfort and efficiency at an affordable cost. Safety is also paramount in the educational environment. Smart automation with KNX can help.



A reliable and efficient digital infrastructure is extremely important for hospitals. Constant monitoring, safety measures and efficient energy management can improve the daily routine at an health organization where every detail counts.


Stadiums and sporting facilities

A highly flexible automation system is a real asset for the daily management of infrastructure for both large and small sporting facilities.

KNX Stadium Automation

Industrial buildings

Reliable infrastructure is critical for industrial buildings. KNX offers a safe and easy to manage system for a stable production process.

KNX Industrial warehouse Automation
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