Johnson Controls and Tyco will function independently up till the close of merger around Oct. 1, 2016 Johnson Controls and Tyco International has 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. New Roles 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. "We are pleased to reach this major milestone on our journey to bring two great companies together to create a global leader in building products and technology, integrated solutions and energy storage," said Mr. Molinaroli. "This team of talented executives will ensure the combined company continues to thrive, grow and create unique value for our customers and shareholders. We are looking forward to bringing our complementary capabilities together to turn the possibilities for smart buildings and urban environments into reality around the world." Corporate Executive Officers "We are looking forward tobringing our complementarycapabilities together to turnthe possibilities for smartbuildings and urban environmentsinto reality around the world" In addition to Mr. Oliver, upon completion of the merger the following enterprise leaders will report to Mr. Molinaroli: Grady Crosby will serve as Vice President, Public Affairs & Chief Diversity Officer – currently holds the same role with Johnson Controls Simon Davis will serve as Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer – currently holds the same role with Johnson Controls Kim Metcalf-Kupres will serve as Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer – currently holds the same role with Johnson Controls Judy Reinsdorf will serve as Executive Vice President & general counsel – currently holds the same role with Tyco John Repko will serve as Vice President & Chief Information Officer – currently Chief Information Officer & Enterprise Transformation Leader with Tyco Brian Stief will serve as Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer – currently holds the same role with Johnson Controls Jeff Williams will serve as Vice President, Operations & Engineering – currently holds the same role with Johnson Controls Business Leaders Upon completion of the merger, the following business leaders will report to Mr. Oliver: Bill Jackson, Executive Vice President & President, Building Efficiency Trent Nevill, Vice President & President, Asia Pacific Colleen Repplier, President, Fire Protection Products Girish Rishi, Executive Vice President, North America Integrated Solutions & Services and Tyco Retail Solutions Mike Ryan, President, Security Products and Life Safety Products Johan Pfeiffer, Executive Vice President, Rest of World Integrated Solutions & Services Joe Walicki, Vice President & President, Power Solutions Until the close of the transaction, Johnson Controls and Tyco will continue to operate independently under their current leadership structures.
The council bases its awards upon a nominee’s exhibited leadership in the security industry Tyco Security Products, part of Tyco, the world’s largest pure-play fire protection and security company, announced recently that Irene Lam, Vice President of R&D and Engineering for Tyco Security Products, has been recognized as a winner of the 2015 Women of the Year award by the Women’s Security Council, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the professional success of women working in the physical security industry. Lam was recognized with the award at a special reception held April 14, in conjunction with ISC West, Las Vegas, Nevada. About Irene Lam The council bases its awards upon a nominee’s exhibited leadership in the security industry and within an organization, in addition to contributions made to business and local communities. As Vice President of R&D and Engineering for Tyco Security Products, Lam leads a 500-person department responsible for the full life-cycle of product development across the company’s portfolio of access control, video surveillance, intrusion and location-based technology. She also oversees eight development centers located across the globe. Lam is one of ten women to receive this year’s Woman of the Year award. “Tyco Security Products is a strong advocate of encouraging the role of women in technology,” said Mike Ryan, president of Tyco Security Products. “Irene is an ideal role model for many in our company as she embodies the very qualities that we value most as a company: ingenuity, commitment and perseverance. She is most deserving of this recognition.” Employee Mentoring Program: Lam is also actively involved in Tyco Security Products’ mentoring program providing support to current employees to help them identify and achieve their professional goals. In addition, she is actively involved in Tyco’s Women’s Growth Network, an initiative charged with promoting female growth within the organization and encouraging more women to seek technical roles within the company, such as product management, R&D and engineering. In addition to its mentoring and growth initiatives, Tyco Security Products has supported and participated in such events as the All Girl Challenge, a two-day youth creativity marathon, and the Massachusetts Women’s Conference.
Tyco Security Products will be demonstrating emerald and the rest of the CEM portfolio at booth #710 Tyco Security Products, part of Tyco, the world’s largest pure-play fire protection and security company, announced recently that it is bringing its popular brand of CEM Systems access control products to the Americas. CEM solutions have been sold primarily in EMEA and Asia for over 25 years. Their first to market innovative hardware and software solutions have been extremely popular with security-conscious airports which use a custom version of CEM’s flagship AC2000 access control solution. "CEM's solutions have been an extremely important part of Tyco Security Products security portfolio in Europe, the Middle East and the Asia Pacific region for many years. Their solutions have been very popular in applications requiring a higher degree of customization, particularly in the enterprise space," said Mike Ryan, President of Tyco Security Products. "We're pleased to be able to expand the reach of these solutions globally as an intrinsic part of our end to end security offering." One of the most exciting introductions in the CEM portfolio is the emerald intelligent multifunctional IP access terminal that provides more at the door. The first of its kind, emerald is a Touchscreen Reader, Door Controller, VOIP Intercom and System Terminal all in a single box. The innovative touch-screen LCD is the first of its kind to ‘greet’ cardholders by illuminating as they approach, providing a user friendly security experience. For the first time, security professionals can use remote apps at the device to update personnel records, book meeting rooms, and even send important messages to cardholders such as Wrong Door, Lost/Stolen Card, Expiring Card and Access Granted. Emerald also acts as an information point by displaying general company information and audible prompts to enhance user experience. The suite will be on display for the first time in North America at the upcoming ASIS Conference & Exhibition where it has already been awarded 2014 Security's Best Award in the ASIS Accolades contest. The company will be demonstrating emerald and the rest of the CEM portfolio at booth #710.
Tyco provides a growing array of solutions for the most complex of security requirements Tyco Security Products, part of Tyco, the world’s largest pure-play fire protection and security company, will be back at ISC West 2014, April 2-4 in Booth 20011 with a full and innovative technology portfolio that provides a growing array of solutions for the most complex of security requirements. “We are proud to be among the market leaders in nearly every technology segment in which we have an offering, but it’s through the deep integrations between our products that the real story of Tyco Security Products is told,” said Mike Ryan, President of Tyco Security Products. “We focus on providing value to our customers by producing innovative, standalone products and also by providing differentiated solutions through a holistic, integrated approach.” Headlining the intrusion portfolio for Tyco Security Products is PowerSeries Neo from DSC, an innovative solution for residential and scalable commercial installations that combines the flexibility of a modular, hardwired system with the simplicity of a wide range of wireless devices and peripherals, resulting in the most comprehensive hybrid system available in the market today. PowerSeries Neo leverages the superior capabilities of PowerG – the security industry’s leading-edge wireless intrusion technology and features innovative alarm verification solutions, along with a comprehensive remote service software suite for intuitive management. Aligned with Tyco Security Products’ multiple-partner strategy for interactive solutions, DSC will be showcasing hardware, together with interactive solutions through its existing partner Telguard, as well as through a new partner, Alarm.com, giving customers increased service and product choice. American Dynamics continues to outpace the market with its huge number of IP camera releases including the new, low-cost Illustra Flex Series, the Illustra Compact Mini-Domes and Mini-Bullets, the industry’s fastest Illustra 625 PTZ and the Illustra 825 Fisheye, with onboard de-warping technology. This growing array of camera options provides the perfect complement to an equally robust portfolio of recording “We are proud to be among the market leaders in nearly every technology segment" options, beginning with the flagship American Dynamics video management system (VMS) solution – VideoEdge and victor v4.5 which adds significant analytics and enterprise functionality – and Exacq Technologies exacqVision VMS v6.0, which makes searching for video surveillance evidence faster and more intuitive with the new SpeedSearch feature. Exacq will also showcase the new ELP-Series, a line of hybrid and IP camera network video recorders (NVR) available with up to 8 TB of storage to easily view and record up to 16 analog and 24 IP cameras per server. Exacq is also introducing the new exacqVision Enterprise System Manager (ESM), a powerful, browser-based monitoring system that lets users proactively monitor server and camera health and maximise uptime of exacqVision Enterprise recorders. On display from Software House is the new C•CURE 9000 SiteServer, a powerful access control solution ideal for enterprise applications looking for a cost-effective way to expand their security to smaller offices or remote branches. Software House will also be demonstrating several integrations with key partners including the Stanley OMNILOCK Wi-Q Technology wireless lock product line, ELERTS Lock-It-Down (LID) mobile app and Stratus, which provides fault tolerance and disaster recovery for C·CURE 9000. Proximex will debut v7.0 of its Surveillint Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) solution, which delivers improved situational awareness while simplifying deployment and operator experience in even the largest and most complex customer environments. One of the highlights from Kantech is the new Kantech ioPass SA-550 Stand Alone Door Controller, which brings the reader and controller together in an easy-to-use software free solution.
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