Johnson Controls – ‘Overall IoT Company of the Year’
Published by : Industrial Automation
Company recognised for driving innovation and exemplifying the best IoT technology solutions.
Johnson Controls was adjudged the ‘Overall IoT Company of the Year’ by IoT Breakthrough, a leading market intelligence organisation that recognises top companies, technologies and products in the global Internet-of-Things (IoT) market.
“To take home the highest honour from this year’s IoT Breakthrough award program is an honour,” said Sudhi Sinha, vice president and general manager of Digital Solutions at Johnson Controls. “We have dedicated ourselves to growing our Digital Solutions business, acquiring more than 5,000 new users and connecting over 80,000 pieces of equipment and building systems in commercial buildings and retail facilities. We look forward to continuously driving innovation and leveraging IoT and AI-enabled technologies to create the buildings of the future that power our customers’ missions.”
The IoT Breakthrough Awards program recognises innovators, leaders and visionaries from a range of IoT categories, including Industrial and Enterprise IoT, Smart City technology and more. This year’s program attracted more than 3,700 global nominations.
“Johnson Controls is building one of the strongest IoT product portfolios in the industry, offering customers a full range of systems and digital solutions that make buildings safer, smarter and more efficient,” said James Johnson, managing director at IoT Breakthrough. “With a rich history of industrial and enterprise innovation, Johnson Controls continues to drive ‘breakthrough’ innovation, using AI and connected solutions to transform the environments where people both live their life and work.”
Over the past few years, Johnson Controls has transformed itself into a company that offers modern software technology and leverages the latest digital capabilities to deliver differentiated outcomes and experiences to its customers. Johnson Controls has added the following new Digital Solutions to further digitally transform buildings and help customers significantly improve productivity, operational efficiency, comfort, security and
Johnson Controls Enterprise Management 2.0 – the leading energy, asset, occupant and tenant billing management system, Enterprise Management 2.0 utilises artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies to proactively analyse building data across the entire enterprise and help customers identify opportunities to save money and streamline operations.
Assurance Services – a set of capabilities that provides security teams with event visibility and automation and a rich toolset to manage the entire asset lifecycle and maintain regulatory and corporate compliance performance.
Athena – a comprehensive solution to enable predictive diagnostics for mechanical equipment using a unified sensor for vibration and acoustic analysis; storage, computer and communication models to locally capture the data and transmit captured data; and a rich set of AI and ML-based learning models running in the cloud that give great insights about performance, potential failures and most optimal maintenance recommendations.
False Alarm Reduction Service – an easy-to-use tool that provides a better understanding of false alarm systems and helps to reduce false alarms, in turn protecting the customer’s assets and decreasing operational costs.
Central Plant Optimisation (CPO) – a continuous optimisation solution that monitors various inputs, including data gathered from connected equipment and systems to external information like weather forecasts, utility rates and maintenance to automatically generate optimisation decisions and implement them so facility owners and managers can minimise utility costs and maximise available utility incentives.
Johnson Controls transforms the environments where people live, work, learn and play. From optimising building performance to improving safety and enhancing comfort, the company drives outcomes that matter most in industries such as healthcare, education, data centres and manufacturing.