Johnson Controls

Lynn Minella New Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer At Johnson Controls

Johnson Controls today announced its board of directors has appointed Lynn Minella vice president, chief human resources officer effective June 14. She will also serve as a corporate officer. Minella succeeds Simon Davis who is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities.

Johnson Controls Eliminates ‘Tyco Security Products’ brand

In a May 2017 letter to its customers, Johnson Controls announced that it would begin phasing out the Tyco Security Products brand. David Grinstead, vice president and general manager of security products for Johnson Controls’ Building Technologies & Solutions division, stated that the Tyco name itself would be retained as a security technology brand within the company’s product portfolio but that Tyco Security Products as a business unit would take on the Johnson Controls brand.

John Steele of Johnson Controls Is SIA’s 2016 SIA Committee Chair Of The Year

The Security Industry Association (SIA) has selected John Steele, Senior Director of Government Relations, Johnson Controls, as 2016 SIA Committee Chair of the Year for his work with the SIA Government Relations State and Local Policy Working Group. With this award, SIA honors Steele for his work in advocacy on behalf of the security industry in dialogs with state and local governments. SIA Chairman Denis Hebert will present the 2016 Committee Chair of the Year Award to Steele at The Advance, SIA’s annual membership meeting, scheduled to occur on Tuesday, April 4, 2016, during ISC West.

Johnson Controls And DHS Sign Cooperative R&D Agreement On CyberSecurity

In an effort to improve cyber-threat information sharing and analysis, Johnson Controls, a global leader in energy efficiency, integrated solutions and building controls, announces a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of Cybersecurity and Communications. The agreement will help secure our nation’s critical infrastructure from those with malicious intent.

Johnson Controls, Tyco Announce Management Team For Combined Company

Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI) and Tyco International (NYSE: TYC) announced the senior executive team that will lead the combined company following the close of their planned merger, which is expected on or around Oct. 1, 2016. As previously announced, at the effective time of the merger, Johnson Controls chairman and chief executive officer Alex Molinaroli will be appointed to the same role for the combined company. Tyco chief executive officer George Oliver will serve as president and chief operating officer, with responsibility for the operating businesses and leading the integration, and will become a director on the new company’s board. Mr. Molinaroli will serve as chairman and chief executive officer for 18 months after the closing. At that time, Mr. Oliver will become chief executive officer and Mr. Molinaroli will become executive chair for one year, after which Mr. Oliver will become chairman and chief executive officer.

Milestone Hires New Manager to Support Consultants

Milestone Systems, the open platform company in IP video management software (VMS), has brought on board Thomas O’Connell as the new Manager of A&E Business Development for North America.
Based out of Atlanta, Georgia, he will report directly to Mike Taylor, Director of Sales for North America, with a focus on working with A&E consultants who specify large security projects.

Veracity Coldstore Scores a Touchdown at Levi Stadium

The San Francisco 49ers were building a new stadium for use beginning in the 2014 NFL football season. Johnson Controls, Inc., (JCI) was awarded the security portion of the new stadium and presented Genetec’s Security Center. After the successful installation of several demonstration units which were used to film and record all of the pre-season 49er practices, Veracity COLDSTORE was selected as the best possible solution for the 49ers over the solid-state solution that had been initially expected to provide storage.