Johnson Controls will speak on informative panel sessions and exhibit its next-generation security solutions at the Global Security Exchange (GSX), formerly the ASIS International Annual Seminar and Exhibits, in Las Vegas, Nevada from Sept. 23 through Sept. 27.
In this edition of Building Connections, we sat down with Johnson Controls Chief Product Security Officer Jason Christman. We learn about his cybersecurity background, his philosophy on implementing best practices and even how an aquarium thermostat was used to hack into a casino.
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In this episode of our Building Connections podcast, Rod Rushing, president of Building Solutions, North America, Johnson Controls, talks about the critical need to develop the talent today that we need in the future.
Johnson Controls will implement $23.6M in improvements for Lake Superior State University (LSSU) to enhance student and faculty experiences, improve safety, security and sustainability, and install a more robust wireless IT network across its 115-acre campus located on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Johnson Controls has been selected as a technology and systems integration partner of Georgia-Pacific (GP), a leading maker of tissue, pulp, paper, packaging, building products and related chemicals.
Johnson Controls will be the single point of responsibility for technology and systems integration for the new Corning Optical Communications headquarters in Charlotte, N.C.
Johnson Controls will help to improve tenant comfort levels in the Court Place Office Tower, a multitenant office building located in downtown Lubbock, Texas, through improvements to lighting, HVAC and electrical controls.
Johnson Controls has opened a state-of-the-art Advanced Development & Engineering Center in York County, Penn. It is the newest and most advanced engineering and testing facility for chillers in the world.
Lincoln Educational Services Corporation has entered into an agreement with Johnson Controls to provide expanded career opportunities for Lincoln Tech graduates and to help build the Johnson Controls workforce.
Johnson Controls conducts an annual Energy Efficiency Indicator survey tracking current and planned investments, key drivers, and organizational barriers to improving energy efficiency in facilities.
Johnson Controls recently conducted its first Smart City Indicator Survey to track key drivers, organizational barriers, technology trends, and the status of smart city solution implementations around the world.
Johnson Controls’ GLAS smart thermostat has been recognized for design and engineering excellence with a prestigious CES Innovation Award Honoree designation from the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).
Follow Eamonn O'Brien, senior program manager, Johnson Controls Ireland, as he demonstrates the smart building features of Johnson Controls' headquarters in Cork, Ireland. The building is considered the "smartest building in all of Ireland."
The YORK® YZ Magnetic Bearing Centrifugal Chiller is the first chiller fully optimized for ultimate performance with a next generation low-global warming potential (GWP) refrigerant—R-1233zd(E).
GLAS® is a beautiful, smart thermostat that helps you create a space that is efficient and comfortable.
Helped by Johnson Controls, this Midwestern city was able to upgrade its critical infrastructure without raising taxes or fees.
Most people probably believe Internet of Things, or IoT, is a recent development, but Johnson Controls has been doing similar work for 20 to 30 years.
There’s a new way to construct a smarter, safer, more optimized and efficient building. And it starts with a better understanding of your facility’s technology environment, focusing on the current state of your systems and integration practices.
The new Metasys® 9.0 building automation system from Johnson Controls offers substantial enhancements to the Metasys product line, including two new IP/Ethernet-based controllers and user interface (UI) features that make finding critical information and resolving issues easier than ever.
Today, we are creating “living buildings” that pull together disparate systems in order to ignite the true potential inside. We are actually designing building infrastructure that can learn, advance and evolve. The places where we live, work and travel will be able to continually adapt, improve and optimize. A living building does not only make its own systems smarter – it makes society smarter as well.
Americans spend up to 90 percent of their time inside, making indoor air quality and lighting critical to their health, comfort and productivity. A study led by Piers MacNaughton from Harvard University supports this claim, reporting that green-certified buildings can improve occupant health and cognitive function.
Even as states face budget shortfalls, education obligations continue to grow. Christopher Lehmann, director of K-12 at Johnson Controls, looks at ways school districts are employing Building Wide System Integration to improve learning environments, increase security and ensure energy savings.
While 70 percent of the world’s population is expected to live in cities by 2050, how are cities preparing to make the required infrastructure investments to create a thriving municipal brand? This is an important question, especially as cities compete with one another for resources and investment, not just within their states but across the country and even the world.
Johnson Controls is helping create a green and energy efficient campus for General Electric’s Beijing Technology Park. It has successfully applied Johnson Controls’ advanced building technologies and solutions and achieved 20% annual operating cost reduction (approximately US$300,000 in energy savings annually).
Johnson Controls is shaping tomorrow by helping create one of the world's smartest airports today. Learn more by viewing our video.