Johnson Controls - LTU Partnership Starts With Upgraded Dyno For Hybrid, EV TestsA new partnership between Johnson Controls Inc. and Lawrence Technological University is starting with an advanced dynamometer to test advanced vehicle powertrain and energy storage concepts, and could lead to a whole lot more.
Johnson Controls To Establish Energy Storage Lab At LTUJohnson Controls Inc. has announced plans to add an energy storage laboratory and testing center at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield.
Part of Johnson Controls Battery Deal Going To HollandThe United States Advanced Battery Consortium LLC, an organization whose members are Chrysler Group LLC, Ford Motor Co. and General Motors, Monday announced the award of a $5.48 million lithium-ion battery technology development contract to Milwaukee-based Johnson Controls Inc. Part of the work will be done at JCI's plant in Holland.
Johnson Controls Center Stack Provides Connectivity And MoreJohnson Controls Inc. is unveiling is latest product at the 2011 North American International Auto Show -- the Connected Center Stack, which helps drivers connect consumer electronics products and off board applications to their vehicle.
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