The Johnson Controls Digital Vault is a flexible, scalable, cloud-based platform that reaches across silos to gather data from disparate sources, stores it securely and, standardizes the data. It then converts the data into something you can leverage to predict business and building outcomes and gain new insights related to buildings and occupants.
We offer the capability to fully integrate disparate internal and external data sources to help you make sense of energy usage, security breaches, equipment performance and space utilization. The pace of technological change requires building professionals like you to be more analytical, flexible and agile than ever before. Plus, as budgets shrink, enterprise executives are being asked to ‘do more with less.
Digital Vault helps you meet those challenges head-on. We give you the power to make faster, smarter, data-driven decisions which better positions you to achieve other business goals such as reducing energy use, increasing productivity, and creating safer more comfortable environments.
Johnson Controls Digital Vault provides a set of services that will impact businesses by significantly shortening development time and providing visibility to new insights.
The convergence of operational building technology (OT) – HVAC equipment, security systems and fire-detection technology, for example – and external information technology (IT) such as weather, social media, employee data, etc. – is changing the way facilities and enterprises operate. In addition, the pace of technological change requires building professionals to be more analytical, flexible and agile than ever before.
They are being asked – by building owners, enterprise stakeholders and even occupants and tenants themselves – to collect, analyze and explain building data in real time.
One of the biggest challenges facing the global building industry today is the lack of a common data model for the applications and systems that exist within buildings. This prevents interoperability and limits scalability—issues that cost the industry an estimated $15 billion, according to National Institute of Standard's Technology.
Brick is an open-source development effort designed to address that challenge by creating a uniform schema for representing metadata in buildings. Brick is flexible, expressive and complete to enable the next generation of building environments.
Johnson Controls is a founding corporate sponsor of the Brick consortium, a group that will drive the development and adoption of Brick. Johnson Controls Digital Vault is Brick enabled.
On your way to the office, you receive a text message telling you where to find an open spot in the parking structure. As you get out of your car, your arrival is announced to the door access control agent, which means you can enter without badging or signing in.
Once inside, you are automatically directed to the elevator with the shortest wait time. As you reach your first meeting of the day, your digital assistant automatically powers up the conference bridge and AV system, lowers the window shades and displays the presentation you’ve prepared.
The Johnson Controls Digital Vault enables you to have streamlined, more productive day-to-day experience. And as you experience that, applications that use the platform also help building professionals extend the life of their HVAC equipment, proactively manage security risks, and efficiently maintain a comfortable environment for building occupants.