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.
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.
Intelligent devices are changing the way we eat, drive, communicate, receive medical care, light our cities and consume energy. Experts predict that in a few years there could be 100 billion devices—actual physical things—connected to the web. In the Internet of Things (IOT), devices equipped with sensors, hardware and software are networked together through the internet, where they can communicate with one another, machine-to-machine.
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.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently convened an invitation-only workshop to identify and promote examples of sustainable materials management and life-cycle decision making. Johnson Controls was invited to share the success story behind vehicle battery recycling.
Two Johnson Controls employees, Zoe Jin and Elizabeth Rolinski, will receive the Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Ahead Award. It honors women who have demonstrated excellence and leadership in their careers.
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.
At the 2016 Plus X Award competition, a jury of independent industry experts bestowed seals of approval for Innovation, High Quality, Design and Ergonomics upon the Recaro Sport Seat Platform (RSSP) from Recaro Automotive Seating, a Johnson Controls product group.