The Johnson Controls culture of innovation builds on our unique insights and capabilities to continually exceed customer expectations every day.
To propel academic and applied research into optimizing vehicle and battery design, Johnson Controls donated state-of-the-art test equipment and deployed technical resources to Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan. We complement our global R&D capabilities with investments in more than 30 laboratories around the world. The goal is battery technology and energy storage that helps automakers meet fuel economy and emissions standards, saves consumers money at the pump and delivers improved performance and functionality in vehicles.
TempMaster®, a new light commercial HVAC product line, offers specifiers more options with a broader range of tonnages, fuel sources and configurations—designed to make installation, setup, commissioning and servicing more productive and profitable.