Johnson Controls HVAC Manufacturing Plant to Operate on 100 Percent Green Energy
The facility will produce zero emissions from electricity and reduce the company’s North American greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 18 percent.
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Johnson Controls: Stock To Benefit From Smart Buildings Growth
The expected double-digit growth of commercial and residential smart buildings is likely to have a positive impact on Johnson Control's revenue, earnings, and s
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Johnson Controls Moves Further Into Smart Home Market With New Acquisition Deal
Johnson Controls announced this week it had acquired Philadelphia-based Lux Products Corp., which makes programmable smart thermostats and other connected products.
Green Building Trends for New Homes in Atlanta
In a society with an increasing an eye on reducing waste and creating energy-efficient spaces, it might not be as surprising to know that the green building market has been steadily increasing over the past few years, and in years to come...
GLAS Smart Thermostat by Johnson Controls
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ABCS Update! Johnson Controls’ Niels Stauersbol Explains: What will happen to N2?
Great Watch! ControlTrends interviews Johnson Controls’ Niels Stauersbol, Global Manager of Sensors, Thermostats, HVAC Products Building Efficiency explains that legacy Metasys N2 is not goin…
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Johnson Controls announces acquisition of Lux Products Corporation, a leader in residential...
Johnson Controls announced it has acquired the assets of Lux Products Corporation (LUX), a leader in residential thermostats and smart home products.
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How Can Zone Control Benefit Me?
Homeowners today have more tools at their disposal than ever before when it comes to living comfortably. If you are serious about living in great comfort throughout the year, without paying an arm and a leg in order to do so, then you should consider the use of a zone control system in your home.
HiberSense Inc.: Smart Control System
This climate control solution ensures balanced, room-by-room comfort throughout the home.
Johnson Controls : The key trends making our cities greener, safer and smarter
By Alex Molinaroli, Chairman and CEO, Johnson Controls Around the world, governments are investing in innovative technologies and private-sector solutions to make... | avril 18, 2017
How does climate control support new medical technologies?
The rapid evolution of medical technology demands climate control solutions that can keep up with these tech advances. Why? According to the FDA, more than half of all medical device recalls stem from failures in product design and manufacturing process control. Rather than replacing existing HVAC systems, many manufacturers rely on temporary climate control systems to create the necessary conditions.
Johnson Controls presents $100,000 check to ASHRAE Research to help fund mildly flammable...
Johnson Controls donated $100,000 to ASHRAE Research today, during the President’s Luncheon at the ASHRAE 2016 Annual Conference in St. Louis. The funds will help fund research that supports the development of safety standards regarding the use of mildly flammable, low-global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants.