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IBM, Johnson Controls Unveil Smart Solution For Buildings

This will help clients address the growing need to improve asset management

| | Mar 15, 2010 | 3:42 pm
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This will help clients address the growing need to improve asset management

IBM and Johnson Controls have teamed up to provide smart solutions that would improve operations and reduce energy and water consumption in buildings worldwide.

In a statement, Johnson Controls said it will combine its sustainable energyefficiency services with IBM’s software and hardware services, to help clients address the growing need to improve asset management.

It added that key elements of the offering are designed to address critical building performance areas, including systems integration, energy management, enterprise reporting, space utilisation and asset management.

“The integration of IBM Tivoli software and Johnson Controls’ building technology solutions provides complete information, in order to make decisions that impact the bottom line,” said Clay Nesler, the vice-president for global energy and sustainability at Johnson Controls.

Nesler added: “With our Smart Building Solution, energy and asset management is enhanced in new ways that optimise environmental performance and operational efficiencies across a single building or an entire portfolio of buildings.”

William Sawyer, the vicepresident of Tivoli Maximo Operations at IBM Sofware Group, said the solution will help a property optimise energy and environmental performance by integrating the building, infrastructure and enterprise systems.

He remarked, “This will provide our clients with advanced intelligence capabilities that will measurably improve building operations.”


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