August 9, 2017 1:00PM CST
Analyze, describe and predict common chiller issues related to summer cooling by applying advanced analytics, predictive technologies and the support of the chiller experts. Easily evaluate alternative actions and scenarios with a powerful array of connected services capabilities and solutions techniques.
During this webinar, learn how smart technology helps to detect and avoid common problems chillers face during the summer, such as:
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.
John Kuchler is the Manager of the Predictive Diagnostics Team for Johnson Controls, HVAC Service North America. His team supports Diagnostic Services (operational and mechanical) for JCI worldwide providing expertise in all related predictive technologies that helps our service branches drive technical proactive solutions for our customers. He has also been involved in technical training for our mechanical work force, driving certification standards and practicing precision maintenance techniques. John has BS in Mechanical Engineering from University of Wisconsin –Milwaukee. He also has certificates with the Vibration Institute and the International Council for Machinery Lubrication.