Smart Home Automation and KNX Management Tools
With one single device home owners or occupants can operate and manage a variety of functions such as lights, blinds, HVAC, security systems, multimedia, smart devices and more — instantly and remotely using a laptop, tablet or mobile device.
Easily adjust and customize settings for lighting, AV and multi-media, security, HVAC, energy consumption, plus more with easy-to-use presets, timers, actuators and sensors.
Ensure seamless upgrade capabilities and future compatibility with next-generation smart-home devices utilizing KNX Technology — the only internationally recognized standard for wired building technology.
Think about the checklist of steps someone usually takes every night before they go to sleep.
They lock the doors, switch off the lights, adjust the climate control to get comfortable and then lower the window shades to settle-in for the night.
There are many different scenarios and routines people go through every time they wake up, leave for work, come home in the evening — or even when they have certain friends around or go on vacation.
A smart-home integrated with KNX Technology allows home owners and occupants to create a wide variety of different ‘scenes’ which are tailor-made around each family member’s habits, personal preferences and daily routines.
Smart-homes integrated with KNX Technology can be completely controlled, monitored and managed from anywhere in the world.
Set timers and schedule power to start (or turn off) for any electrical device connected to the KNX bus — such as garden sprinklers, HVAC, lighting, curtains and blinds, etc.
Monitor and control security features in real-time when you are not home — such as locks, gates, surveillance monitors and more.
KNX residential smart-home systems are robust in design, extremely reliable and easy to operate for end-users of all ages.
Peak Demand Monitoring
Energy Pulse Counting
Group & Central Control
Wind and Rain Protection
Switching & Dimming
Constant Light Control
Individual Room Control
Central & Automatic Control
Timed Operation Modes
Valve Drive Control
Fan Coil Units
Switches / Push Buttons
Touch Panels & Display Panels
By integrating KNX systems in any residential home you are essentially future-proofing that residence for life.
KNX is the only internationally recognized standard for wired building technology.
It is the only automation system that complies with the requirements of the European (EN50090) and the International (ISO/IEC14543) standards for Home Automation.
Therefore KNX offers the best guarantees in terms of future compatibility with all automated devices (KNX is already prepared for next-Generation smart-home products).
KNX systems can be easily upgraded and modified over time to suit the ever-changing needs of home owners and occupants as their lifestyle and preferences change.
KNX also provides greater flexibility with the integration of other smart-home systems such as Modbus and control4.
Data protection, privacy and secure access to smart-building networks is crucial.
As intelligent smart-home applications become more versatile, integral security functions such as access management, gate control systems, alarm systems, etc. are all possible targets for criminals or hackers trying to make a security breach.
Once a ‘virtual intruder’ has access to the smart-home network, they have the ability to copy telegrams, change passwords, open doors remotely or even deactivate the entire alarm system.
Hackers could also view and have access to unprotected data accumulated from presence detectors, energy consumers and other administration programs.
The manipulation of architectural lighting control systems, HVAC and other building processes is also at risk with an unsecured smart-building system.
To eliminate such system breaches, KNX has implemented the highest standard of protection in the current smart-building technology industry and continues to focus on future challenges regarding cyber security issues in smart-home and building automation.
KNX Secure technology is standardised according to EN 50090-3-4 — this means KNX is capable of preventing hacker attacks on the digital infrastructure of all smart-home systems.
KNX technology is the ultimate solution to conveniently control and reliably manage a wide range of automated smart devices, features and functions around the home, including: