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Building Tomorrow Today

May 2018

How is your city’s smart city journey going?

Smart City
In 2005, former US president Bill Clinton challenged a tech company to make cities more sustainable, kick-starting the business of smart city technologies. 13 years on, almost every city in the world has embarked on its own smart city journey and each one is different. To get a sense of how they are doing, we spoke to more than 150 city leaders in 12 countries, including China, India, and Singapore.

Some things we learnt – data analytics and machine learning are the top technologies cities expect to adopt over the next five years. The most popular solutions already implemented include LED street lighting and city data platforms. For further insights, download the full report here.

Product Spotlight


YORK® YGWH and YVWH Premium-Efficiency Chillers: Tailored to fit your needs

Johnson Controls has launched the YORK® YGWH Premium-Efficiency Water-Cooled Screw Chiller and YVWH Premium-Efficiency Variable Speed Water-Cooled Screw Chiller. With capacities of 117 – 378 TR (411 – 1,329 kW) and 116 – 450 TR (408 – 1,582 kW) respectively, expect remarkable levels of operational efficiency and green building effectiveness.

Find out more here and here.


Johnson Controls APAC HQ

Our Johnson Controls APAC HQ saves 4.8 million liters of water each year. Find out how

Our LEED Platinum certified Asia Pacific headquarters in Shanghai sets a new standard for green, energy efficient and smart buildings in China. Showcasing a full range of smart building solutions, it harnesses 200,000 kWh of solar energy and saves 4.8 million liters of water each year. Watch this video to see how we do it and how you can too.

What exactly does the Internet of Things (IoT) mean for the buildings industry?

In our last issue, we offered insights on how to maximize IoT value in facility management. Some of you shared that it’s still a challenge understanding what IoT means for you in the buildings industry. This issue, we take a step back and got Jim Nannini, our vice president of Building Wide Systems Integration to shed light on what exactly IoT is, what it does for the buildings industry and how it can help you. Read more here.
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