The art of integration and technology, Intensify magazine showcases Clipsal C-Bus technology and illuminates the role of C-Bus pointOne members in creating integrated technology solutions for residential and commercial interiors.
November 3rd, 2008
Since it was introduced in the mid-1990s, Clipsal’s C-Bus has built up a big reputation all around the world as a reliable and cost-effective lighting control and management system. Two of its outstanding features are that it is scaleable (and so can be used from a single room to an entire commercial project) and that it can be integrated with a host of other technologies.
But who does the integrating, who is the point of contact and who provides the after-sales service? Clipsal have set up C-Bus pointOne as a one-stop-shop to address all these issues – a programme of accredited professionals providing customised service to clients of all kinds – home owner, builder, architect, electrician, facilities manager etc.
Intensify: The Art of Integration and Technology is a magazine that illuminates the role of C-Bus pointOne members who work with designers, architects and engineers in providing automation, lighting control and energy management solutions to residential and commercial environments. Featuring residential and commercial case studies, architect and consultant profiles, together with articles on services and products.
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