Technology Record - Issue 27: Winter 2022

68 Through partnerships and alliances, Johnson Controls is helping organisations to balance their day-to-day operations with the journey to net zero N I COL E DEN I L : J OHNSON CONT ROL S Stronger together Johnson Controls is known as a worldwide leader in building management, but its mission reaches much further. It’s at the forefront of creating healthy, sustainable buildings of the future. The organisation is disrupting current models and enabling property owners and operators to meet their short-term goals by helping them to run their buildings smoothly and maintain the health and comfort of tenants, while keeping an eye on longer-term and more complicated goals for sustainability. With Johnson Controls’ OpenBlue Enterprise Manager, property management teams can make data-driven operations choices for both now and the future. Launched in 2020, the artificial intelligence platform epitomises our commitment to becoming the only pure-play smart sustainable buildings enterprise in existence today. OpenBlue functions as a recommendations engine, continuously scanning facility operations to uncover opportunities to save energy, improve indoor air quality and maintain occupant comfort. It draws on site-specific systems data, pulls data from external vendor silos and uses proprietary algorithms to project the impact of operations decisions. V I EWPO I NT Johnson Controls helped Intaleq improve experiences for attending fans at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar