Date: April 13, 2017 | Time: 1:00PM CST | Duration: 1 Hour

Smart Chiller Maintenance
in the Palm of Your Hands

With the evolution of digital capabilities and the changing demographics of the workforce, the movement from onsite checking to remote monitoring is allowing service maintenance technicians to be more efficient. This shift is supported by the Johnson Controls mobile dashboard feature for Smart Connected Chillers. Join us for a free one-hour demonstration to see our connected service experts walk through the capabilities of the mobile user interface and discuss how to maximize staff productivity, chiller reliability and uptime.

April 13, 2017  1:00 PM CST

About the Webinar

What if you could predict when a chiller is going to go down or know when it’s at less than peak performance? With YORK Smart Connected Chillers dashboard, performance data can be accessed anywhere and acted upon anytime with a mobile device. Remote monitoring collects real-time Internet of Things (IoT) data and uses our analytical capabilities to automatically provide live operational status and diagnostics for maximum staff productivity, chiller reliability and uptime. 

During this one-hour live demo, we will be giving you a guided tour of the mobile dashboard tools and services for Smart Connected Chillers. You’ll learn new skills for how to remotely tackle chiller maintenance.  
                                                                     
In this session, you’ll learn how:

  • IoT technology can improve the productivity and effectiveness of your staff
  • Remote diagnostics and fault detection can identify potential issues before they turn into major problems
  • Facility managers are effectively staying in touch with equipment performance 

Speakers

Juliet Pagliaro Herman is the Director of Service Marketing and Product Management for Johnson Controls Systems and Services North America. Prior to this role, she served as the product manager for planned service for North America and as program manager for energy and sustainability for Johnson Controls globally. Before joining Johnson Controls, she worked for General Electric Healthcare in various roles in global service technology. She has a Bachelor of Science degree from Northwestern University.

David Bishop is the Director, Service Operations for Johnson Controls representing Systems and Services North America. He works for the Building Efficiency business unit of JCI that offers customers unmatched expertise in how to make non-residential facilities perform better resulting in improved comfort, safety, and energy efficiency and employee productivity. He currently leads the North American field service business in the development of operational strategies to improve safety, customer satisfaction, productivity and shareholder return. David is a graduate of Auburn University and during his thirty seven year career has held various regional and national leadership positions in Alabama, Southern California and Georgia prior moving to Wisconsin in 2002.

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