Author: Joe Oliveri, Vice President, General Manager, Security, Johnson Controls’ Building Technologies & Solutions, North America
Published: Thu, Sep 14, 2017

ASIS International’s 63rd Annual Seminar and Exhibits is right around the corner, September 25-28, in Dallas Texas. At Johnson Controls, we’re already gearing up for an exciting event where we plan to exhibit our innovative solutions at Booth #4119

Now that Tyco is Johnson Controls, this is the first time we are exhibiting as one integrated company under the Johnson Controls brand. We are demonstrating our combined solutions and services and highlighting the added value that we bring as one integrated company. Johnson Controls Building Technologies & Solutions is making the world safer, smarter and more sustainable – one building at a time. The following are just a few of the highlights booth visitors can expect to see:

  • Remote Service Solutions – These are offerings that provide advanced triage support for response to real-time notifications on technical issues and equipment failures. These solutions help customers maximize the time their system is functioning and improve efficiency.

  • Gunshot Detection – Technology that allows corporate, government or private buildings to relay a notification to the building’s occupants, as well as emergency personnel outside, upon gunshot detection so that proper steps can be taken to control the situation.

  • Emerging technologies from JCI Open Innovation, a global center in Tel Aviv launched to improve collaboration between Johnson Controls, customers, and innovative technology startups – We’ll share cutting edge security solutions including drones, anti-drone technology, and Internet of Things solutions that we anticipate many facilities will incorporate into their comprehensive security plans over the coming years. Technologies we’ll feature include Flyability, the first collision-tolerant drone designed for flying in hard to reach areas and Securithings, software that monitors IoT enabled devices to mitigate security threats.

  • Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village – We’ll have some exciting technology highlights from the premier sports and entertainment destination in Canton, Ohio. Stop by our booth to have your photo taken with Hall of Fame Inductee Tim Brown on Wednesday, September 27. Tim Brown was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2015 and played for the Oakland Raiders where he set franchise records for receptions, receiving yards and punt return yards.

In addition to the many solutions that will be demonstrated at the Johnson Controls booth, Johnson Controls Global Strategic Account Executive Holley Hunt will speak on a panel entitled, “Robots and the Quest for Automation” on Wednesday, September 27 at 2:15 in room C141. The panel will discuss the growing benefits of artificial intelligence and robots for security professionals, including reducing risk and improving ROI. 

What are you looking forward to seeing at ASIS this fall?

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