Johnson Controls Logo – Johnson Controls, Inc. is a U.S. company specializing in equipment for automotive and air conditioning systems. Headquartered in Milwaukee in Wisconsin. Johnson Controls was founded in 1885 by Warren S. Johnson, the inventor of the thermostat. The current CEO (2009) is Steve Roell.
Although she originally developed on its activity in air conditioning systems, Johnson Controls is a leading automotive suppliers, with activities in batteries, seats and upholstery, the interior trim of vehicles and electronics. Johnson Controls is organized into three business units : Automotive Experience, Building Efficiency and Power Solutions. Interior systems for motor vehicles (both cars trucks / vans): seats, lampshades, doors and door trim panels, instrument panels, empty-pocket electronics. Service provider and systems for managing the heat, ventilation, air conditioning, the organization of buildings ( building management), lighting, security and the fight against fire in buildings not -residential. Services include maintenance (mechanical and electrical), but also the integrated management of the complete building or complex of buildings.! Manufacturer of automotive batteries and standard lead developer of new batteries for the automotive sector.