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Contactless buildings in a post-pandemic workplace
After months in lockdown, offices, shops, pubs and restaurants have finally begun to reopen their doors. In the return to normality, public safety will understandably be much more of a focus than it was pre-COVID-19. Guest blog written by Lee Jasper, Head of Products and Solutions at Johnson Controls
Taking the heat out of the coronavirus crisis
In response to the news that Heathrow Airport and other facilities are using thermal detection technologies to limit the spread of coronavirus, Lee Jasper, Head of Product Solutions at Johnson Controls discusses his thoughts on the news.
Johnson Controls Debuts First-Generation Micro Hybrid Battery
Johnson Controls, the maker of VARTA automotive batteries, has unveilled its first-generation 48-volt Lithium-ion Micro Hybrid battery.
Johnson Controls Presents Next-Generation Energy Storage Solutions
Johnson Controls Power Solutions breathes life into hybrid and electric powertrains. At the 82nd Geneva Motor Show (8–18 March 2012), the market leader in vehicle batteries is presenting a technical highlight: Johnson Controls’ next generation low profile prismatic lithium-ion cells and submodules that feature all the components necessary to construct versatile, cost-efficient lithium-ion battery systems. Visitors can also test drive a Ford T...
Johnson Controls advances 3D display technology with Multilayer Instrument Cluster concept
Johnson Controls has developed an innovative instrument cluster concept that combines multiple layers of information to generate a three-dimensional (3D) interface. The Multilayer Instrument Cluster concept, which is targeted for full- and mid-size luxury vehicles, creates a more realistic view of the external environment for increased driving efficiency and safety.
Varta Scoops Awards For Start-Stop Car Batteries
VARTA’s pioneering Start-Stop batteries have scooped two important industry awards, reinforcing the brand’s prominence in both the OE and European aftermarket.
Johnson Controls Announces Planned Investment in Its Automotive Battery Recycling Center in Cienega De Flores, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
Johnson Controls, Inc today announced plans to invest more than $70 million in its automotive battery recycling center in Cienega de Flores, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The investment will fund the replacement of the Cienega facility's existing rotary furnaces with larger, more efficient rotary furnaces as well as the addition of proven state-of-the-art environmental control technologies.
Johnson Controls and Saft Reach an Agreement to End Li-ion Automotive Battery Joint Venture
Johnson Controls, Inc., and Saft have reached an agreement to end their joint venture, Johnson Controls-Saft, which was formed in 2006 to develop and manufacture Li-ion vehicle batteries. Under the terms of the agreement, Johnson Controls will acquire Saft's share of the company for $145 million in cash. The agreement includes an up-front royalty payment by Johnson Controls to Saft in return for an expanded license to Johnson Controls to use cert...