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Title: KNX home automation and interface
Authors: Derjany, Christopher
Advisors: Haddad, Nicolas K. 
Subjects: Home automation
Intelligent control systems
Issue Date: 2016
This project is intended to introduce readers to the concepts of KNX home automation both theory and practice. In fact, a thorough survey and description of this technology has been outlined throughout this literature. In addition to that, a full blown implementation of this standard has been applied. Not only KNX has been depicted as a standalone system, but also its openness and interface-ability with other communication protocols has also been tackled. In this respect, it was used to interface to microcontroller based demo boards via the KNX to RS232/RS485 converter. This is not to undermine KNXs ability to interact with smart phones through the addition of a KNX to IP gateway. In fact, with the addition of such a module, the system can be remotely managed and monitored.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 79-80).

Supervised by Dr. Nicolas Haddad.
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