Smart buildings: Australia and New Zeland also choose KNX as standard
KNX is developing its market position in Australasia even further!
25 May, 2018 by
Smart buildings: Australia and New Zeland also choose KNX as standard
Aleksandra Krugova

SYDNEY/BRUSSELS, 14 MAY 2018 – The Australian standards and standardisation organisation STANDARDS Australia has officially declared the word’s leading standard for intelligent building networking, KNX, as the national technical specification. In doing so, the organisation, whose standards are also of significance in New Zealand, acquired key parts of the ISO/IEC 14543-3 standard, under which KNX is already standardised on an international level. KNX is therefore also expanding its position in the market for smart home and smart building solutions in Australasia. And the Australian smart home market is growing rapidly. Analysts even expect it to break the USD 1 billion revenue mark in the coming year. High level of future security, interoperability and product quality ‘The standardisation in Australia and New Zealand is another important milestone for us. It’s proof of KNX’s future security as a non-proprietary standard and also of the quality of all KNX-certified products,’ commented Franz Kammerl, president of the KNX Association. With respect to international standards, the growth of KNX allows for unprecedented interoperability and communication ability between KNX products, independence from any hardware and software technology and the possibility of integration into existing system landscapes. Global leaders: KNX meets numerous standards In addition to the most recent standardisation in Australia and New Zealand and standardisation in accordance with the international ISO/IEC 14543-3 standard, KNX is also recognised under the European standards CENELEC EN50090 and CEN EN 13321-1, or CEN EN 13321-2, the Chinese standard GB/T 20965 and the US standard ANSI/ASHRAE 135. Recognition as a technical specification by both international and national standard and standardisation organisations is the highest distinction for technical innovations. Entire markets and manufacturers, system integrators and users orient themselves based on these. As an example, after KNX became the only recognised standard for home and building automation in the Chinese smart building market, the technical protocol became a market leader in the Middle Kingdom.

Puede consultar más información sobre todas las normas relevantes que cumple KNX en:

https://www.knx.org/knx-en/knx/technology/standardisation/

About KNX

KNX Association es el creador y propietario de la tecnología KNX – el ESTÁNDAR mundial para todas las aplicaciones de control de la vivienda y el edificio, abarcando desde control de la iluminación y las persianas, así como variados sistemas de seguridad, calefacción, ventilación, aire acondicionado, monitorización, alarma, control de agua, gestión de energía, contador, así como electrodomésticos del hogar, audio/video y mucho más. KNX es ESTÁNDAR mundial para el control de la vivienda y del edificio con una única herramienta de puesta en marcha (ETS), independiente del fabricante, y cuenta con una completa gama de medios físicos (TP, PL, RF y IP), así como de modos de configuración soportados (sistema y modo fácil). KNX es un estándar aprobado a nivel europeo (CENELEC EN 50090 y CEN EN 13321-1) e internacional (ISO/IEC 14543-3). Este estándar se fundamenta en más de 27 años de experiencia en el mercado. Más de 400 compañías miembros por todo el mundo de diversas aplicaciones cuentan con casi 7.000 grupos de productos certificados KNX en sus catálogos. KNX Association tiene acuerdos de asociación con casi 75 000 empresas de instalaciones en 164 países.

Smart buildings: Australia and New Zeland also choose KNX as standard
Aleksandra Krugova
25 May, 2018
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