How are you managing smart technologies? Are you prepared for the Internet of Things (IoT) onslaught of fifty billion devices by 2020? That’s less than three years away! Forty-six percent of K–12 and higher ed Chief Technology Officers believe that smart technologies, including the IoT devices, will have a major impact on education.
Join us at TCEA for a facilitated conversation with experts, vendors, and your peers regarding the Internet of Things, the management of smart technologies in schools, and planning tips to ensure successful implementation.
Managing Smart Technologies
Some of the smart technologies include interactive whiteboards, copiers, video cameras, tablets, smart HVAC systems, electric lighting/maintenance, temperature sensors, attendance tracking, and wireless door locks. These are just a few of the many IoT devices that will soon be appearing in your district.
Attention Solution Providers: Are you a solution provider of smart devices and have tips to share? Please make contact with @mguhlin (Twitter) or via email at mguhlin at tcea.org
Join the Conversation
Join us for a high-level discussion regarding the main roadblocks and detours to implementing the Internet of Things and smart technologies in K-16 schools:
- Lack of interoperability
- Management challenges
How you being implementing and managing this technology is the key to how successful you will be with this initiative. Taking no action is not an option. So be sure to join us on May 12, 2017 and learn what you can do to prepare for this next challenge.
TCEA is committed to creating professional learning and networking opportunities that address the specific needs of Chief Technology Officers and Directors/Coordinators of Technology in K-16 education institutions. Regardless of your district’s size, you will gain all of the information you will need to ensure that IoT devices work for your staff and students and not against you. Be sure to join your colleagues at the Friday, May 12, 2017 event
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