Who’s Who – Johnson Controls

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Johnson Controls explores how the integration of access control and video solutions with products and systems offerings places them at the forefront of the market 

Johnson Controls success is based on a strategy of offering completely unified and future-proof electronic solutions which allow its customers to ‘see more, do more and save more’. One of the ways it has been able to achieve this is by deeply integrating its Access Control and Video Solutions with products and systems offered by its technology partners through an open and powerful integration platform.  

The integrations include a combination of products and software from across the brands which come under the Tyco umbrella, including CEM, Kantech and Software House C•CURE Access Control hardware and software, and cameras, recording devices and video management software from American Dynamics, Exacq and Illustra.  

With such a vast array of products collectively offered by these brands, Johnson Controls is strongly placed to be able to offer a solution for virtually any electronic security application, regardless of whether the requirement is to ensure compliance with safety and operational procedures, deter anti-social behaviour or help combat the risk of criminal or terrorist activity.  

Future proof solutions 

The robust security products and software available under the Tyco brand umbrella, which have a proven track record of being ultra-reliable, have been developed with the objective of never leaving an end-user client behind. In this respect, Johnson Controls is committed to supporting earlier generations of products as long as it is viable to do so, as well as introducing new innovative products which capitalise on the latest advances in technology, such as AI. 

New and upgraded products are designed to be futureproof by being backward and forward compatible with any products or systems which they may have previously been integrated with, as well as being scalable. This means end-users’ are not faced with the possibility of having to ‘rip & replace’ as and when their security or operational requirements change.  

Cyber Secure  

Whichever Tyco branded product system integrators decide to recommend now or in the future to their end-uses clients, they can be assured that all will have been designed and built in line with the rigorous standards of the Johnson Controls Cyber Solutions Product Security Program. The Program takes a holistic approach to minimise the possibility of introducing vulnerabilities into the company’s electronic security solutions and has been developed with the benefit of experience of providing high security and mission critical solutions for companies operating in high-risk environments.  

 

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Rebecca Morpeth Spayne,
Editor, Security Portfolio

Tel: +44 (0) 1622 823 922
Email: editor@securitybuyer.com

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