Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi is the busiest airport in India and its new Terminal 3, an 111,600 m2 large building complex, is supported by a lighting system with about 100,000 light fittings which ensure passengers' well-being and safety.  The control system is based on ABB's I bus KNX technology and was designed by Entelechy Systems.  pdfDownload Case Study PDF

A complex residential project has demonstrated the interoperability of KNX building control technology with AV systems.  A large Victorian townhouse in Holland Park now features KNX controlled intelligent lighting, heating and blind control, multi-room audio and the distribution of HD video sources throughout the property.  Remote access and control of the property has also been provided.  pdfDownload Case Study PDF

The lighting within the world famous Ashmolean Museum, now re-opened after a major multi-million pound redevelopment, is being controlled by KNX intelligent building technology.  The installation was designed and supplied by KNX UK member, Andromeda Telematics. pdfDownload Case Study PDF 

Rick Stein's Prospect House in Padstow is a stylish hotel development that combines seaside luxury with cutting-edge building intelligence.  KNX technology has been effectively deployed to enhance the tranquillity and homeliness of the property with features of the system including window and blind control, wet under-floor heating control and electrical tile warming in the bathrooms.  pdfDownload Case Study PDF

A KNX intelligent building technology installation provides part of an extensive building renovation and extension project at an old Manx farmhouse on the Isle of Man.  The installation was completed by KNX UK Association member, Building Evolution and brings major energy conservation benefits to the property.  pdfDownload Case Study PDF