Automation doesn't have to be difficult. It simply requires a system that avoids the problems of isolated devices. By ensuring that all components communicate in one common language, the kind of device you want to use doesn't matter anymore.
Automating a building has far-reaching benefits for
integrators and occupants. With KNX, functions like lighting and AV
control, security, energy management, and HVAC can work as a uniform system, which is the essence of interworking and interoperability. The KNX Standard provides a unique platform to integrators to deliver a modular and scalable solution that works in all types of buildings, saves energy, and improves health and well-being.
This hybrid course will include 6 self-paced online modules covering how to
design the KNX Topology to ensure reliable systems, the history of KNX,
installation of the system, and how KNX bus devices operate.
The online training is followed by a 2 day on-site practical course which covers how to use ETS to program KNX using lighting and shading examples, how to run diagnostics with ETS, and finishes with the Theory and Practical Certification exams. Please note that the online modules must be completed prior to attending the in-person training. Upon successful completion of both theory and practical certification exams, you will be registered as a KNX Certified Partner.