Resource pages for "Johnson Controls"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Working with Johnson Controls, Microsoft was able to achieve energy savings of nearly 30% at its Beijing Campus through continuous retrofitting and optimization.
Acquiring Tempered Networks allows Johnson Controls to secure buildings data from edge to cloud with zero trust based Airwall technology.
Two new OpenBlue Innovation Centers will focus on developing hardware and software built around 5G and IoT, adding greater system connectivity, control and visualization for building environments.
More than 40 national organizations, industry leaders, and trade associations join to create the Healthy Workplaces Coalition, which will focus on advocating for healthier and safer buildings.
To increase capacity and improve assembly productivity at its 900,000-square-foot, Norman, OK facility, Johnson Controls invested $7.5 million in new automation equipment.
Florida Building Code-certified AEL-42-7020-MD protects PTAC ventilation openings in building facades during high-velocity hurricane conditions.
The Johnson Controls Energy Efficiency Indicator Survey collected responses from participants globally between November and December 2021.
Take a look at this assortment of fire systems and equipment solutions that can help you meet your facility management goals in 2022 and beyond.
Industry sources discuss operations and maintenance practices that can support your journey toward healthier indoor air in your facility.
The new Department of Energy minimum energy efficiency appliance standards for commercial HVAC equipment go into effect January 1, 2023.
Improvements including solar photovoltaic arrays, updated controls, LED lighting retrofits and water conservation solutions will reduce usage by approximately 30%.
OpenBlue Indoor Air Quality as a Service helps meet health and safety compliance, improve comfort and productivity.
Facility managers can use digital twins of their buildings to achieve key outcomes now, and to plan for the future.
The Tyco Security Robot powered by Ava Robotics brings access control, video surveillance, and security robotics together for a comprehensive, efficient solution.
The consortium propels the innovation of digital twin technology through consistent design methods, open-source collaboration and the development of best practices
Providing healthy, personalized spaces for work is key to post-pandemic commercial building flexibility and appeal for employees.
This decision was made as the HVAC industry prepares to phase out high-GWP refrigerants, such as R-410A, now formally addressed by EPA through recently passed AIM Act.
Johnson Controls adds cloud-based access control to Cloudvue platform for seamless security management.
Equipment that minimizes repairs, saves energy, and improves health will help ensure that HVAC retrofits provide efficient performance and comfort.
In this annual survey of Facility Executive readers, votes were cast for product and service suppliers preferred during 2020.