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Johnson Controls and Other Leading Corporations Announce Alliance to Help Keep Organizations 'Green'
Alliance will help raise awareness of the importance of environmental sustainability
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Six corporations - Johnson Controls, Forbo Flooring, The Invironmentalists, JohnsonDiversey, Milliken Carpets and Philips Lighting - announced the formation of the Alliance for Sustainable Built Environments. The goal of the Alliance is to educate business leaders about the importance of maintaining environmental sustainability throughout the workplace. The corporations made the announcement at the National Facility Management and Technologies Conference/Exposition in Baltimore.
The Alliance for Sustainable Built Environments will hold monthly seminars beginning in May with speakers from each of the six companies. The seminars will be free to attend, and will include a full day of presentations and interactive education.
About The Alliance for
Sustainable Built Environments
The Alliance for Sustainable Built Environments is a group of building industry leaders who practice and are recognized for leadership in sustainability; that is economic, social and environmental responsibility. The Sustainability Alliance is committed to delivering high performance sustainable solutions for the built environment. It will continuously educate and demonstrate that sustainability and environmental performance are viable business development strategies for its members and for their customers. To learn more about the Sustainability Alliance, visit www.sustainablebuiltenvironments.org.
Johnson Controls Joins with InnerWireless to Offer Unique In-Building Wireless Distribution System
Strategic alliance will help customers expand wireless capabilities in their buildings.
MILWAUKEE - - Johnson Controls, Inc., the global leader in facility management and control, has formed a strategic alliance with InnerWireless, Inc. to offer an in-building wireless distribution system that provides complete wireless coverage for a full range of voice and data services. This innovative technology, the InnerMobileÒ wireless distribution system, is installed once, then can be modified and expanded without intrusive, costly infrastructure changes.
Installed in commercial office buildings, campuses, shopping malls, hospitals, convention centers, parking structures - any institution or commercial enterprise - the InnerMobile system helps eliminate dead signal spots and facilitates the expanding number of wireless applications and devices. These include wireless LANs, personal communications services (PCS), cell phones, PDAs and two-way radios for maintenance and security.
The InnerMobile system will also enable wireless building automation in conjunction with the Johnson Controls MetasysÒ building management system. The wireless infrastructure will help the Metasys system access data from multiple enterprise applications and assimilate the data into meaningful information that helps busy managers operate more efficiently.
This technology will help customers seamlessly and cost effectively integrate fire and security systems and other building controls, whether they are in one building or spread across a corporate campus. The two companies expect the InnerMobile technology to become a necessary part of a facility's infrastructure, providing building owners with solutions that simplify operations, reduce costs and improve efficiencies.
InnerWireless, a privately held company based in Richardson, Texas, in the heart of Telecom CorridorÒ, can be found on the Web at www.innerwireless.com
For more information on Johnson Controls, Inc., visit the company's web site at www.johnsoncontrols.com
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