The new KNX executive board that was elected at the latest general assembly represents the interests of all KNX members within the organisation. The board combines an impressive range of KNX know-how and expertise in various areas and applications within the entire field of home and building automation. It consists of Uwe Laudenklos (ABB Stotz-Kontakt GmbH), Martin Herms (Albrecht Jung GmbH & Co. KG), Thorsten Müller (Busch-Jaeger Elektro GmbH), Jürg Sprecher (Feller AG), Christian Feltgen (GIRA Giersiepen GmbH & Co. KG), Johannes Hauck (HAGER Group), Alexander Burgbacher (INSTA GmbH), Jean-Paul Jacobs (Merten GmbH), Jean-Christophe Krieger (Schneider Electric Industries S.A.), Franz Kammerl (Siemens AG Germany), Klaus Waechter (Siemens Schweiz AG), Thomas Sell (Theben AG), Michael Möller (Voltus GmbH) and Thomas Weinzierl (Weinzierl Engineering GmbH).

"Due to the spread of the Internet of Things, the networking of private and commercial buildings, and thus the demand for intelligent smart home and building solutions, has accelerated significantly. During the past few years, we have successfully managed to put KNX at the forefront of this development. I am pleased to be able to build together with all KNX Executive Board members upon this top market position and have the honour of continuing to shape the further development of KNX during this exciting time of digital transformation in the building sector" says KNX president Franz Kammerl on his re-election. He was elected in the office of KNX president for the third time in a row.

"Our current KNX IoT program is bringing KNX to the next level: increased networking capabilities, simplification of KNX Connectivity and IP migration, stronger support to sustainable energy management solutions, strengthened security in installations and data privacy. KNX addresses the most strategic priorities to deliver best-in-class solutions for smart homes and smart buildings. The next priority will be to accelerate simplicity in ETS to our partners, offering off-the-shelf solutions for the different target segments" says newly elected vice president Jean-Christophe Krieger, who also views KNX as remaining the first choice in the smart home & building segment in the coming years.