Johnson Controls Showcases next-generation products at 2013 North American International Auto Show
The latest in seating, electronics, interior and battery innovations debut in Detroit
DETROIT--Jan. 9, 2013: Johnson Controls, a global diversified company in the automotive and building industries, will showcase its latest seating, electronics, interior and battery products at the 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS).
"At Johnson Controls, we're focused on providing innovative products and technologies that anticipate market needs," said Michael Warsaw, vice president, Innovation and Industrial Design for Johnson Controls. "Through research, product design and development, we've created innovative seating, electronics, interior and battery solutions that meet our customers' expectations for differentiation, sustainability, comfort and excitement."
Highlights of Johnson Controls' 10,000-square-foot exhibit in room D2-15 of Cobo Center at the 2013 NAIAS event include:
- Seat technologies that offer components and systems that reduce overall seat mass, enhance comfort and increase functionality
- An interior concept that delivers a premium consumer experience through customization and sustainable features, applicable for vehicle platforms and markets around the globe.
- Infotainment and driver information interior electronics products that improve the driving experience and
- A full spectrum of energy storage solutions for conventional, Start-Stop, Micro Hybrid, hybrid and electric vehicles.
An event sponsor and exhibitor, this is the 19th year Johnson Controls will be involved in the NAIAS. The company's exhibit will be open to media and invited guests with a product overview press conference held at 6:30 a.m. EST on Monday, Jan. 14.
The NAIAS event -- one of the world's premier automotive exhibitions -- opens to the media and industry officials on Monday, Jan. 14.