The European Union's plan aims to double the rate of building renovation, cutting emissions, stimulating recovery and reducing energy poverty; to do this it needs more and more smart buildings
The residential and industrial building automation sector is constantly evolving. Technological developments anticipate regulatory requirements while standards and decrees regulate the construction and renovation of buildings with an increasingly precise focus on sustainable development and decarbonisation of structures. EkinexLab aims to provide a quality perspective on the technologies adopted in building automation and design on KNX standards through in-depth analysis aimed at understanding the most technical aspects and regulations adopted at European and international level.
Translating the HCL principle into a real lighting system for the tertiary sector is now possible, thanks to the availability of light sources adjustable in intensity and colour, such as LEDs, and control devices for building automation.
By means of a gateway, the most common home speakers can also be interfaced to the KNX home automation system of a smart home. In addition to voice commands, ekinex can also be controlled with the Apps offered by the OTT.
The interest in building control and automation systems has increased considerably: now they are considered as a fundamental element to achieve the energy efficiency objectives of the EU.