In a final count of the voting results, 97 percent of votes cast at a special meeting voted in favor of the transaction, representing over 81 percent percent of all outstanding Johnson Controls shares as of the record date. Tyco shareholders have also approved the transaction.
In an op-ed, Johnson Controls Chairman and CEO Alex Molinaroli refutes erroneous accusations that the company was in financial distress and sought funds from the federal government in 2008 as part of the U.S. auto industry bailout.
Smart Connected Chillers are reshaping how chiller service is delivered and improving results for connected customers. With more than 3,000 chillers now connected, more than 54 million data samples are generated daily.
Energy systems are evolving with traditional users acting as both energy producers and consumers. This type of energy efficiency innovation was highlighted at the 2016 Energy Efficiency Forum in Washington, D.C.
Johnson Controls and the Sacramento Kings have signed an agreement that will integrate the building automation systems, as well as fire and life safety systems, to create an all-encompassing impact on Golden 1 Center – the future home of the Sacramento Kings.
The 2016 Johnson Controls Energy Efficiency Indicator (EEI) survey of more than 1,200 facility and energy management executives in the United States, Brazil, China, Germany and India shows interest and investment in energy efficiency are at an all-time high.
A new residential touch-screen thermostat from the YORK® brand of Johnson Controls keeps homeowners seamlessly connected to their home comfort systems at home or away via their smartphones, tablets or computers.
Johnson Controls is partnering on an initiative to replace HVAC rooftop equipment at 225 Target stores. The initiative is a three-year project that entails installing 3,600 York Predator series packaged rooftop units to maximize energy savings through more efficient HVAC equipment at stores eight years or older.
American consumers are strongly influenced by both the price of gas and fuel efficiency when purchasing a vehicle, according to a new survey conducted by the Opinion Research Corporation on behalf of Johnson Controls.
Johnson Controls is forming a joint venture with Binzhou Bohai Piston Co., Ltd., to build its fourth Chinese automotive battery manufacturing plant. Aimed at serving both automakers and aftermarket customers, the facility will be located in Binzhou, Shandong Province.
Johnson Controls has announced two multi-year research projects at the University of Wisconsin–Madison aimed at enhancing the fuel efficiency of start-stop and next-generation battery-electric vehicles.
To help consumers find a nearby facility to recycle used vehicle, boat, motorcycle or lawn/garden batteries, Johnson Controls, the world’s largest manufacturer and recycler of vehicle batteries, is encouraging consumers to visit its website www.recyclingmybattery.com.
Johnson Controls Automotive Seating is proud to be the seating sponsor of the first-place award-winning EcoCAR 3 team. Johnson Controls supplied the custom seats for The Ohio State University’s winning lightweight vehicle in a national competition.
Sherry Diccion, manager, supplier diversity and business development for the company’s Automotive Experience group, has been selected as one of DiversityPlus Magazine’s 2016 “Top 25 Women in Power Impacting Diversity."
The Volvo S90 sets a new standard in the luxury-class sedan segment. Volvo worked with Johnson Controls for the vehicles’ seats. The seats use high-quality seat cover material, comfortable upholstery and top-quality workmanship to guarantee luxury and comfort.
With summer vacation driving season right around the corner, the seating specialists from Johnson Controls, the leading manufacturer of automotive seating systems and components globally, have produced a new eight-step video that provides easy-to-understand tips to achieve the best ergonomic adjustment of a vehicle seat.
From #HVAC maintenance to #procurement organization, #IoT brings real benefits to large companies, small companies, and even governmental entities. Terrence Nadeau, VP Global Procurement, Building Efficiency, explains during a Q&A with JSON.TV: http://on.jci.com/2ap2Fwm
Just a few decades after Warren Johnson patented his first #thermostat, our company created a device to adjust indoor temperatures according to outdoor conditions, scoring energy savings and cutting operating costs. The Duo-Stat debuted in 1934. #TBT
In 1990, we unveiled Metasys, our pioneering building automation system. Nearly three decades later, it continues to lead the market – connecting commercial HVAC, lighting, security, and protection systems to help buildings reach a new level of smart. #TBT