Enhanced lighting, indoor environment control, and smart kitchen appliances take the spotlight at the IFA 2016

Early in September, the Lux Intelligent Buildings team attended the IFA exhibition in Berlin, the largest consumer tech exhibition in Europe. Around 200 different brands presented their latest products to integrate in a smart home environment, tackling home automation, energy management, security, a...

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