/C O R R E C T I O N -- Johnson Controls/
MILWAUKEE, Dec. 20, 2012
In the news release, Building Technology Answers Global Energy Crisis, issued
20-Dec-2012 by Johnson Controls over PR Newswire, the link to multimedia
content in the fifth paragraph, should be
as originally issued inadvertently. The complete, corrected release follows:
Building Technology Answers Global Energy Crisis
MILWAUKEE, Dec. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Efforts to go green often focus on
recycling and conserving water, but the biggest impact lies in buildings that
consume 40 percent of the world's energy.
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"Most people don't consider the energy consumed by the buildings they pass by
every day," said David Clark, vice president of Panoptix, Johnson Controls.
"Buildings are hidden factories that consume natural resources and produce
Johnson Controls, the global leader in building efficiency, joined industry
experts at the Greenbuild Expo in San Francisco to demonstrate the Panoptix
solution, a blend of software and services to help single building owners or
managers of global enterprises track and improve the performance of their
buildings. Cloud-based apps provide visibility into how every system,
subsystem and device is functioning. Building managers then use the
information to improve building performance, reduce energy use and increase
the comfort of occupants.
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