The purpose of a building is to bring people together: workers, managers, thinkers, doers, healers, teachers, learners—the list goes on. But the real magic happens when you bring people together and make them more productive, more creative, and more effective. That demands an environment that's comfortable and works for them. Now you can give your occupants the power to manage their surroundings with ease.
Introducing the Johnson Controls Companion App: an easy-to-use smartphone app that empowers the people who occupy your facility to handle all kinds of day-to-day building-related issues. From adjusting heating and lighting to scheduling conference rooms and facilities, the App gives occupants more control and makes your building smarter and more efficient.
At the core of every smart building is data—the data produced by every connected camera, sensor, device, and system in your facility along with data from external sources, amassed and made useful on a data platform. We enable this data-driven intelligence with the Johnson Controls Enterprise Management platform. Enterprise Management turns data into new sources of utility and efficiency; the App leverages data to empower your occupants in all kinds of ways.
Use the Companion app to easily reserve places, customize climates, and navigate to spaces with just a few taps on your smart phone. Stay up to date on current building events, and keep in touch with your contacts – all within the app and integrations to Outlook. It’s everything you need to know so you can work or visit or learn… simply.
Smart Buildings offer so much flexibility that it can be difficult to know where to start. At Johnson Controls, we can help you on the path to digital transformation. Together we can create a future where every room becomes a personal space.
Casual users of the flexible Companion app can use it to interact with the places they visit—office, hotel suite, hospital room, stadium or arena. The powerful app allows your building team to keep an eye on critical spaces such as mechanical rooms and server rooms. They can see live video feeds, enter service tickets and see equipment and space histories. They can get things done such as snapping a photo of a leak and submitting a ticket for a repair—all from a mobile device.