ProKNX is excited to announce that after recent completion of a series of rigorous tests, ProKNX’s offline smart home assistant, Aragon, has proven to be compatible with the hardware of IPBuilding, provider of leading smart assisted living solutions. This result strengthens the development of the interoperable ecosystem solution for smart care. The technological interoperability of IPBuilding and ProKNX, is of paramount importance in order to offer clients deployment of complete ecosystem solutions.
Christian Kiefel, CEO of ProKNX stated, “We are extremely pleased that our speaker, Aragon, functions seamlessly with the IPBuilding platform. Our goal, first-and-foremost, has always been to create a device that is compatible with as many systems as possible. Interoperability is the key to the increased adoption of smart technology by the wider public. It is essential for the future success of the market that both individuals and companies are not locked in to one single smart system or solution by their initial choice of intelligent technology.”
Christian Geisselmann, CEO and Founder of AdaptEco added, “The interoperability of our Digital Care Partners is essential, and forms the basis of our bespoke digital ecosystems. It means we can provide seamlessly integrated solutions, delivering an end-to-end service designed to enable independent living. When the systems we carefully curate are combined, operators and service users benefit from a ‘one system approach’. We ensure smooth integration and manage our partners so that AdaptEco is the single point of contact for our clients.”
Wim Rogghé, Technical Sales & Solutions Director from IPBuilding commented, “Because IPBuilding is an open, IP-based system, it is very easy for us to implement third party hardware such as the ProKNX solution. Both systems are open source and speak the same language, therefore the compatibility comes down to software development. Having a research and development team in-house means we have the flexibility to make this happen. We can create interoperable and unique digital ecosystems which meet assisted living requirements today, and in the future”.