Johnson Controls’ New Singapore Innovation Center


Johnson Controls has announced the opening of its new office in Singapore. Strategically located at one-north, the office serves as a living lab for collaboration, research, and development, further strengthening Johnson Controls’ commitment to its partners and community across Southeast Asia.

“Singapore’s vibrant and innovative ecosystem aligns with our vision for a more sustainable future, where economic progress goes hand in hand with environmental stewardship and social responsibility, ensuring a brighter and more resilient future for all,” said George Oliver, chairman and CEO of Johnson Controls at the new office opening. “Our Singapore office represents an exciting next step in our continued commitment to this dynamic and culturally diverse country.”

Spanning 3,535 square meters, the location will accommodate around 450 employees and host an OpenBlue Innovation Center, which will showcase solutions for building owners, operators, and industry leaders to create smart buildings that are secure, healthy, and sustainable.

“Johnson Controls’ OpenBlue Innovation Centre is a good example of how companies are partnering with our ecosystem on innovation and technology development to support this transition. We look forward to the smart and sustainable building solutions that this centre will develop and bring to the Southeast Asia region.” said Jacqueline Poh, managing director, Singapore Economic Development Board.

The new office opening also supports The Singapore Green Plan 2030, which will further advance Singapore’s national agenda on sustainable development amid climate change and urbanization challenges, while also reinforcing Johnson Controls’ dedication to driving the smart city transformation in Singapore and throughout Southeast Asia.

Johnson Controls says it has been equipping more than 40% of the city-state’s commercial buildings with smart building solutions, directly supporting the nation’s sustainability goals.

Anu Rathninde, president, Asia Pacific, Johnson Controls said, “We are excited about the opportunities that are ahead of us in the Southeast Asia market. With Singapore as our strategic hub, Johnson Controls is well-positioned to drive sustainable growth, foster innovation, and create lasting partnerships that will shape the future of the built environment here and in the region.”

With Southeast Asian governments striving to meet the needs of their rapidly growing urban populations, Johnson Controls’ expanded presence in the region will play a crucial role in advancing sustainable practices and driving innovation in the built environment.


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