- Microsoft announces the general availability of Azure Digital Twins
- Holistic integration across digital twin technologies will enable users to digitally manage physical spaces, maximize efficiency, support COVID-19 safety and pilot new solutions
- Solution aims to encompass the entire ecosystem of building and device management technologies with digital cloud technologies
- Collaboration will support efficient and environmentally friendly design, construction and ongoing operation of buildings and spaces through modeling, analytics and digital control mechanisms
CORK, Ireland, and REDMOND, Wash. — Dec. 8, 2020 — Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI), the global leader for smart and sustainable buildings, and Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday announced a global collaboration to digitally transform how buildings and spaces are conceived, built and managed. Microsoft also announced the general availability of Microsoft Azure Digital Twins.