Drones or UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) have been around flying around for more than 100 years. More than 95% of these cool flying machines are flow by hobbyists. But in the last two years the drone market has grown from 42,000 units to 420,000 units, according to the FAA.
From emergency communication systems to IP networks, Johnson Controls is making the future of fire and life safety smarter and faster.
Nearly one year after a landmark $30 billion merger with Tyco, many of the most highly regarded names in American fire protection – Simplex, SimplexGrinnell, Ansul, Chemguard and Williams Fire & Hazard Control – are in the process of being combined into a single multi-industrial giant, Johnson Controls.
Unmanned aerial vehicles are a cutting-edge tool, when you need a helpful resource to size-up a situation.
Remember when a personal video camera was something hauled around in a small suitcase. Today, that camera is compressed into a pocket-size device that also makes phones calls, looks up news articles and uses GPS to instantly pinpoint your location on the globe.