KNX Home Automation
KNX is the world’s only open standard for all applications in home and building control, ranging from lighting and shutter control to various security systems, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, monitoring, alarming, water control, energy management, metering as well as household appliances, audio and lots more.
KNX is not a new concept, it is mature and established, based upon more than 20 years of experience in the market, with over 300 manufacturers worldwide including major brands you will recognise from day to day life such as Miele, Honeywell and Philips.
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State of the Art
Design Innovation uses state of the art technology to put you in control of every aspect of your home, including lighting, audio, TV’s, heating, blinds and curtains. Working with home owners, builders, architects, M & E consultants and property developers we bring together products from many different manufacturers to enhance your home and lifestyle.
Personalised Home Automation
Design Innovation will assist home owners when deciding to install technology by taking the time to sit down and guide you through the various systems and technologies that are available. We won’t baffle you with jargon and we will discuss budget pricing for each area so that you know from the start how much you may have to spend to achieve your dream system and home.
About KNX Technology
Traditionally building management systems have been closed proprietary systems, relying on one manufacturer to interface into many other systems in the building. It’s time for a new approach using an open standard for all applications in building control, its time for KNX.
Design Innovation is a KNX Partner and a board member of the UK KNX Association, and is ideally placed to design a whole building control system to suit your requirements and budget. Using a fully integrated building management system can result is savings of up to 50% in energy bills, and with such a potential saving it’s not hard to argue that the initial expense of a properly designed and implemented building management system will soon be recovered in running costs.