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Johnson Controls, a smart, healthy and sustainable buildings company, will exhibit its wide range of next-generation solutions at the 22nd Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition (WETEX), hosted by the Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA) at the Dubai World Trade Centre between 27 and 29 September 2022
As a key participant, Johnson Controls will highlight a broad range of energy solutions used in buildings, including OpenBlue Services for chiller performance, Metasys Building Automation System, as well as energy efficiency, air systems, fire suppression capabilities and more.
“For almost 140 years, energy efficiency has been a hallmark for Johnson Controls. At WETEX, we aim to highlight our leading products, solutions and services that demonstrate not only innovation and efficiency, but also offer a holistic, integrated technology to make buildings, campuses and cities safer, smarter and more sustainable,” said Mohammad Khalid, Johnson Controls vice president and general manager for Middle East and Africa.
Johnson Controls’ OpenBlue Net Zero Buildings is a complete suite of connected solutions providing a proven path to decarbonisation and achieving renewable energy goals, whilst optimising building performance. With 40% of global CO2 emissions that come from buildings, cutting-edge solutions such as OpenBlue can help drive significant improvements in energy efficiency and corresponding carbon emissions.
At WETEX, visitors can experience Johnson Controls’ OpenBlue Services that drive chiller performance first-hand. Visitors can understand the benefits of planned, predicative and proactive maintenance, which can find and fix issues before they impact output and bottom lines. Chillers can consume as much as 40% of a building’s energy, as such, high efficiency levels are paramount to optimising spaces.
Participants and visitors can learn about Johnson Controls' solutions through augmented reality and real-time analysis. For instance, OpenBlue Services are equipped with AI-enabled predicitive and remote diagnostics abilities, takign advantage of real-time date drawn from more than 200 data collection points on each piece of equipment. The data gathered is then compared to an equipement model, in this case, the 'perfect chiller', created by Johnson Controls' own statistical data, complied over more than 20 years.
Participants visiting Johnson Controls’ exhibition can also test the updated version of Metasys, the company’s industry-leading Building Automation System, which helps to improve system performance, saves energy, and keeps the data secure. Johnson Controls’ experts will provide deep insights on the company’s energy storage products to better manage energy use, cut costs and ensure electrical back-up for a building, campus or business.