An HBA system requires a large deployment of sensors and actuators in order to detect contextual information and then transfer control data to all building components. A point-to-point interconnecting building device is impractical as it largely increases the amount of wires and consequently the installation complexity and the related costs. A solution is in a deployment of a system using a common, and shared, communication medium by exploiting a well-known and dependable protocol.

KNX: A Worldwide Standard Protocol for Home and Building Automation: State of the Art and Perspectives

Michele Ruta;Floriano Scioscia;Giuseppe Loseto;Eugenio Di Sciascio
2014

Abstract

An HBA system requires a large deployment of sensors and actuators in order to detect contextual information and then transfer control data to all building components. A point-to-point interconnecting building device is impractical as it largely increases the amount of wires and consequently the installation complexity and the related costs. A solution is in a deployment of a system using a common, and shared, communication medium by exploiting a well-known and dependable protocol.
Industrial Communication Technology Handbook
978-1-4822-0732-3
CRC Press
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