Building efficiency solution

Johnson Controls' Panoptix solution

11/22/2011


Johnson Controls’ Panoptix solution offers an easier and more affordable way for owners and operators of any size facility to achieve better building efficiency. The Panoptix solution includes an open technology platform that makes it easy to collect and manage data from disparate building systems and other data sources, such as meter and weather data. It has a suite of cloud-hosted building efficiency applications that work with any building management system, including Metasys by Johnson Controls. Online and by-phone Live Guide support, as well as on-site building and energy services to help customers implement operational improvements and energy-savings measures, are offered. Also available is an online connected community of peers and experts committed to sharing practices, news, and resources.

www.johnsoncontrols.com 



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