KNX is recognised for its superior and revolutionary Smart Home and Building Technology by world-renowned organisation
Frost & Sullivan has been world-renowned for its role in helping investors, corporate leaders, and governments navigate economic changes and identify disruptive technologies, Mega Trends, new business models, and companies to action, resulting in a continuous flow of growth opportunities to drive future success. Frost & Sullivan recently researched the smart home and buildings communication protocol industry and, based on its findings, recognizes KNX with the 2023 Global Technology Innovation Leadership Award. KNX delivers advanced solutions for smart homes and buildings, leveraging an open and globally recognized standard that ensures seamless interoperability and compatibility between products from different manufacturers.
KNX, a global technology innovation leader
“KNX’s dedication to open standards and interoperability sets it apart from proprietary systems, fostering a strong community of developers and manufacturers and contributing to its growth and adaptability. The organization’s focus on international standardization enables it to maintain a global presence in the smart home and building industry, catering to diverse markets such as architecture, planning, construction, electrical installations, homes, buildings, offices, eCommerce, and manufacturing,” said Mia Martinez-Palacios, best practices research analyst at Frost & Sullivan.
Revolutionising Automation: KNX’s Impact on Smart Homes and IoT
Furthermore, KNX is deeply committed to driving innovation by constantly exploring new ways to enhance the functionality and usability of its home and building automation products. As a result, the company’s creativity and forward-thinking approach have positioned KNX as a major player in the ever-evolving field of smart homes and buildings, earning it Frost & Sullivan’s 2023 Global Technology Innovation Leadership Award.
“From commercial buildings, educational institutions, and healthcare facilities to residential spaces, KNX’s technology showcases its ability to optimize energy usage, enhance occupant comfort, and promote sustainability. Whether implementing smart lighting, HVAC controls, security systems, or intelligent energy management, the KNX standard meets the diverse needs of different building types and sizes,” noted Viswesh Vancheeshwar, industry principal at Frost & Sullivan.
The complete writeup from Frost & Sullivan on why KNX was recognised with the Global Technology Leadership Innovation Award can be found here.