Brussels, 31 March 2014 - Shanghai, Sydney, Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, London, Berlin - all over the world, building control engineers are using the product and manufacturer-independent Engineering Tool Software (ETS) to increase the energy efficiency of buildings. This standardised tool is currently available in 17 languages and can be used for the installation of more than 7,000 KNX-certified devices from almost 350 different manufacturers. In order to satisfy the latest technical, economic and global demands, the KNX Association has now completely redesigned its Engineering Tool Software (ETS) and added numerous functions. ETS5, the beta version of which is being officially unveiled at light+building in Frankfurt (Germany) - the world's leading trade fair for architecture and technology - is the first tool suitable for the quick, simple integration of wireless KNX components. Moreover, the database management was considerably simplified, and its new dongle allows greater flexibility in handling projects. ETS5 is expected to be available from October 2014.