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Johnson Controls reinvents the thermostat

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Heating and cooling account for roughly 48% of the energy use in a typical U.S. home, making it the largest energy expense for most families. In the commercial building sector, the cost is approximately 40%. Johnson Controls, one of the leading providers of HVAC, Fire and Security systems in the world, is changing how spaces are viewed and controlled. As the inventors of the first thermostat, Johnson Controls has innovated once again with GLAS. Utilizing Windows 10 IoT Core, Cortana voice services, and Azure Cloud, GLAS is a simple to use, elegant thermostat that brings leading energy savings and air quality monitoring to everyday spaces. Johnson Controls is reinventing the thermostat and our lives. Subscribe to Microsoft on YouTube here: https://aka.ms/SubscribeToYouTube Follow us on social: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/microsoft/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Microsoft Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Microsoft/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/microsoft/ For more about Microsoft, our technology, and our mission, visit https://aka.ms/microsoftstories
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Noonbaja (5 months ago)
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B079NF3YC5/ref=crt_ewc_title_huc_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER#customerReviews its out
Aaron Johnson (6 months ago)
Does it work with ceiling heat?
Idongesit Victor (7 months ago)
It's amazing products
Sean David Van de Riet (8 months ago)
Nest reinvented the thermostat in October 2011. Everyone else has just stolen the idea, tweaked the design, and run with it.
Nexus FX (8 months ago)
PAPA SNARF (8 months ago)
Shinken69 (1 year ago)
The stat looks great, but this is the most vomit inducing ad I’ve ever seen.
Shawn B. (1 year ago)
It's a pity they chose to go with Microsoft, looks great but Cortana is garbage very few actually like.
Andrew Warren (1 year ago)
This is an amazing product! There is nothing like it! The next evolution in smart home controls.
Arun M.V (1 year ago)
Will u discontinue and drop support with in a year??
Kevin Sosa (1 year ago)
Finally, transparent screens are becoming a reality. Can’t wait to see them everywhere on ADs, and hopefully holograms will be a thing as well
FlexingMecha (1 year ago)
But does it require a C wire? That would be the true innovation lol.
Inachu Ikimasho (1 year ago)
they mention cortana but do not show Cortana being used. #FAIL
Fed Sanchez (1 year ago)
Is going on sale soon actually I think is 300
Noh Jose (1 year ago)
Smug, self-satisfied and wrong. I designed a learning thermostat that took input from previous room usage, room physics, users, factors such as outside temperature and sunrise-sunset to proactively control room temperature for my UCD Masters at UCL in 1992. I didn't patent the ideas but still have the paper somewhere.
Judah Richardson (1 year ago)
$319 is expensive as hell, but probably worth it due to the security patching.
Augure Zera (1 year ago)
Am I the only one to start finding those kinds of ads and music creepy and dystopian?
Cameron Brown (1 year ago)
Not going to lie, it will probably be around 3 or 400 dollars being Johnson controls and Microsoft. But if it can shine above the others on the market it could be worth every penny. I can say I'm trying to get a trial unit. Being with jci I heard about this and want to see how it will function in my own house
Todd McGuckin (1 year ago)
I wish Microsoft would refrain from releasing these videos until there's an actual product shipping. Otherwise it just looks like more BS vaporware.
Mark Lasky (1 year ago)
How much?
Mark Lasky (1 year ago)
Dumb narration
hughtub (1 year ago)
Way too overblown starting out. When they go on and on about the psychology behind buying a thermostat, you know it's to brace you for a VERY high price. It's so easy to tell.
Jorge Hdez (1 year ago)
Will be necesaty to instally upgrades every week fo this thermostat?
cocoabiscuits (1 year ago)
looks cool but not needed. Standard thermostat does enough and I'm not lazy either. I can get up and change the temp when I need to.
Ryan M (1 year ago)
damn. that's very, very attractive. If it launches with IFTTT support, I'm in.
Rasalas (1 year ago)
0:19 triggered. Fork left side, knife right side.
Mike Baloga (1 year ago)
Welcome to 5 years ago. Peace out. Sincerely, Nest.
Smoking Crop (1 year ago)
0:17 knife is on the wrong side
swagragedmode 187 (1 year ago)
Lazy ass people
The Rest Of Us (1 year ago)
Looks like they still have no taste.
KF (1 year ago)
does it work with Alexa?
EmBre (1 year ago)
Vlycop (1 year ago)
Can someone tell me when did we start having oled transparent display ? And how is this teck called ?
Hey Microsoft you have one of the worst fucking enforcement team in the world. I swear you could do nothing and still get banned like wtf
HallowedArcher (1 year ago)
Shhhiiitttt This is some Deus Ex level shit right here!
Miloš Kukilo (1 year ago)
What's a thermostat
Andrew Williams (1 year ago)
So will I be able to tell my Xbox to turn down the AC? That would be awesome, won't have to leave my room! 😎 Make it happen, Microsoft!
Daryl Clasen (1 year ago)
The commercial industry has had standard browser access for lights, HVAC and other functions for YEARS without the cost and integration of Crestron/AMX/etc systems. Resi guys are so behind in logical solutions.
Existing Gamer (1 year ago)
Your company sucks
DarkHalmut (1 year ago)
This looks cooler than the marketing bullshit they are spewing throughout this video.
carbonunit (1 year ago)
Does it need a C wire
Jo Si (1 year ago)
Can this work with a AC
Das Snow (1 year ago)
I invented this years ago. You guys can keep trying to think your invent. Your steal and think you create.
steve craig (1 year ago)
I'll take one. Does it have remote sensors for other rooms? If not, I'll take two.
S.I.D (1 year ago)
When they try to make an thermostat sound cool, it's a success
Carlos Castillo (1 year ago)
so i guess we're in the future now
EvanBlinn (1 year ago)
ARE PEOPLE JUST OUT HERE LIVING LIKE THIS? my thermostat lies about the temperature
Jack Truman (1 year ago)
How do I know cortana isnt going to summon a ton of guardians through my thermostat into my front room?
sullyFL (1 year ago)
Finally oled
Bill M (1 year ago)
Yay! Just what I need! A thermostat that can BSoD!
d d (1 year ago)
A $1k siri enabled relay controller.
Hugh Turner Banks (1 year ago)
$150 good price we are all going to move from nest and ecobee
TopFactz (1 year ago)
Mulatu Kasa (1 year ago)
cortana "tell me a joke"
dan428 (1 year ago)
Justin Credible do you get my joke Dave? Ha. Ha. Ha. Ha.
Justin Credible (1 year ago)
*cortana shuts off HVAC system and locks all doors*
Cameron Dale (1 year ago)
I'm not defined by my things, microsoft. No one really is. Wake up. Also, good job ripping off the live wallpaper off of your competitors and not coming up with anything original. I'll cheer and rave the day microsoft dies. They're a leech on society and a cancer to the planet.
Justin Credible (1 year ago)
Melodramatic much?
Buzz LightBeer (1 year ago)
Hackers can hack things like these say computer security testers. Also this is _not innovative_ . These things have been talked about for 40 years. All it is is a motion sensor that turns on and off the heat or air conditioning for rooms. The technology already exists for lights. And it's easy to configure motion sensors to open or close electric dampers on duct outlets. But no one uses electric dampers or because they cost too much and they are not safe. That is the reason why dampers are controlled by mechanical hand switches in houses. Also I would never trust a computer controlled gas fire place without a lot of computer security. And still I would be hesitant to use it because there are so many things that could go wrong. Most fire fighters do even trust just microwave ovens let alone an automatic gas fire. And if you are doing to sell these things then make sure that they only work in houses with fire sprinklers without foam insulation. Automatic temperature controls are a disaster waiting to happen in a house imo
Miner (1 year ago)
Johnson controls the world
Daniel Feodoroff (1 year ago)
HomeKit compatible?
Psilocybin Logician (1 year ago)
if this wasn't creepy as fuck i would think it really cool
BJB (1 year ago)
Confirmed: The retail price for this thing is $1200 - no thank you
Robert J. Holtz (1 year ago)
SS S (1 year ago)
When and how much?
Arno Inen (1 year ago)
The music sounds like the end of a superhero flick...bit much for a thermostat, dudes
Santarpan Roy (1 year ago)
the screen....
Jordan Kelly (1 year ago)
whats with the camera watching you while you sleep lol
n kp (1 year ago)
Projecting image without display panel is not a concept anymore.
Sunny OI (1 year ago)
OMG this is absolutely lovely. Need it for my new house.
Patryk vd meulen (1 year ago)
Wtf has this with Microsoft doing 😑
Tom Alciere (1 year ago)
Why do you hate the metric system so much? Why doesn't it display degrees Celsius, or kelvins? You should offer it metric only, and let the anti-metric crowd do without. They CHOSE to be morons. It's bad enough they force me to choose between obeying speed limits in miles, or walking on roads without sidewalks.
Alejandro Romandiaz (1 year ago)
you should stop being an ass hat and realize thermostats have fucking setting, and SPECIALLY smart ones, so sit the fuck down you modern Winston Churchill.
W0LFM4N (1 year ago)
Tom Alciere hmmm well maybe it does just not in this video why do you always whine about the US not using the system? We have our own system and so does the rest of the world.
Laban510 (1 year ago)
I still don't know what I was looking at but I sure want one lol.
Mulflar Cullanaugh (1 year ago)
Shut up and take my money!
funkpunk_ (1 year ago)
i just creamed my pants
Khalid AlNajjar (1 year ago)
No links ? Is this available in the market? I contacted Johnson Controls and they never heard of it.. I have a few costumers very interested in this product but I need to know if its comparable with Trane
Christopher Fernandes (1 year ago)
Aldo Gallegos (1 year ago)
When your fucking thermostat has an A.I. inside of it... Welcome to the 21st century.
Horens Reinholds (1 year ago)
KoolKidsKlub TM gotta admit that thing is pretty sexy tho 😂😂
Andrew Maxwell (1 year ago)
I love the design of this. Very clean hardware, UI, and UX.
Que mesinha suja aquela hein?!
atomic flounder (1 year ago)
Starting at $8k
derek400004 (1 year ago)
$320 USD, actually.
EXPLOSIVEEGG (1 year ago)
@4WrestlingFans There are plenty of thermostats that communicate with Alexa and that have sensors to determine whether you are there or not. This is not really anything new.
Charis Ntouroutlis (1 year ago)
This is an alternative powered by Cortana.
William P (1 year ago)
So, it's basically a Nest?
Justin Credible (1 year ago)
Basically a nest + google home in one.
This is not cheap. Johnson controls love Money
4WrestlingFans (1 year ago)
Love it, but knowing Microsoft you will not see this for a few years, they will wait for Google or Amazon to put it out first.
Noonbaja (5 months ago)
LABRO (9 months ago)
Noonbaja that's garbage
Noonbaja (9 months ago)
https://www.amazon.com/Residential-High-resolution-Screen-Digital-Thermostat/dp/B079JQJR78/ref=sr_1_18?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1530759218&sr=1-18&keywords=Johnson+Controls I think its out already
LABRO (10 months ago)
MS is so much more innovative. especially amazon isn't.
Bradon Manning (1 year ago)
$320 March 2018
WICRO (1 year ago)
Amazing! :O (°o°)
Olis Keith (1 year ago)
Great Product by Microsoft, but this form factor is unexpected and perhaps overkill for HVAC control. What I love about the Nest is it is intuitive. My Grand Mother could woke in and figure out how to operate it. You will get no arguments from me that the GLAS Thermostat is a thing of beauty and I love the nod towards high tech products. I think the missing element here is simplicity. There are lots of HVAC Control, some that probably do more than the NEST. I think the simplicity and the familiar form factor have made it a hit.
qrafac (1 year ago)
Yes! I want it now !
Shutup and take my money!
David Vaudreuil (1 year ago)
Take my money now Microsoft! Wait....how much is it?
Stop (1 year ago)
GLAS, the new innovative thermostat that requires windows 10 updates that you will furiously decline.
Pito VH (1 year ago)
I'm not gonna lie this thing is HOT! 🔥
AMGV Media (1 year ago)
or i can just turn down my thermostat when i leave the house in the winter... or buy a programmable one... or any other $2 from the hardware store
Erika Guzman (1 year ago)
Really nice! I love microsoft and their recent projects and eyecatching style. Does microsoft ever do giveaways? It would be awesome ;)
IMHO (1 year ago)
First thermostat with BSOD. Microsoft crap. ;)
Puru S (1 year ago)
i$heep spotted. ;)
Abdul Basit (1 year ago)
Fuck I just got a nest
Dm TD (1 year ago)
eggs where laid down on nest and Microsoft came out of an egg
M Ali (1 year ago)
You got nested
Justin Credible (1 year ago)
I'm thinking the same. Have an Ecobee3 ... but I want this...
BJB (1 year ago)
sell on ebay - they sell like hot cakes - keep all packaging
Helios (1 year ago)
my dad just did and ima tell him about this now lol
Tom Van (1 year ago)
Microsoft positioning itself to be at the top of the tech industry again... watch out Apple and Alphabet.
nooneknowsnothing (1 year ago)
And apple copied from every body from Palm OS to prada for hardware!!!
dan428 (1 year ago)
Jake Holt android itself is literally a java copy of iOS, I swear you people know nothing about tech
Rick Stufflebean (1 year ago)
Yup, Exactly. The majority of apple "fanatics" are now mainly people who's first Apple product was an iPhone.
Jake Holt (1 year ago)
Apples innovative spirit died with Jobs, now they just copy features from android and survive on brand loyalty.
Bran'sTech (1 year ago)
That's pretty cool, definitely eye-catching!
Gabriele Mormile (1 year ago)
Good work microsoft! 👍❤️
Blake Outlaw (1 year ago)
BSO your video to give away free Xbox ones that are damage the video was 12 04 Xbox b roll hq
Borelli Software (1 year ago)
Super quality content as usual!
miro stoianov (1 year ago)
i love it so much i want it now
Sam Abtahi (1 year ago)
when I can get my hands on it in Canada!
Alex Hileman (1 year ago)
Um, where did this come from, and oh my god I love it
thespicehoarder (1 year ago)
Buzz, I highly doubt you live in a house that has no integrated circuits regulating your appliances. Refrigerators, washing machines, Dryers, dishwashers, water heaters and average-every-day thermostats have electronic regulators controlled by calculus based mathematics. You don't have to be scared of a "smart" appliances because unlike regular appliances, this one can actually stop itself from exploding.
MAX (1 year ago)
Well but they can all detect the increase of heat and have security functions which prevent them from lighting up.
Buzz LightBeer (1 year ago)
Justin, read the other comment entirely. Residential Automatic electric dampers are not inherently safe. They decay from heat exposure and can catch fire or create sparks. Automatic thermostats lead to using remotely controlled heat adjustments for each room. The heat adjusters are called damper when in use with central heating and air conditioning. The same things are used in office buildings but office buildings are made of steel so it's not so dangerous. Houses are made of wood and many use dangerous foam insulation (PIR), like what burned that London apartment building
Justin Credible (1 year ago)
Buzz, did you watch the video? It's just an internet connected thermostat? Only difference is, this one has a microphone and a speaker.
Happy Kid (1 year ago)
Electric motor??

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