A few months ago, universities and college campuses were effectively small cities and smart classrooms. With COVID-19, campus infrastructure networks and apps, next generation wireless, new energy technologies, robots and drones are just some of the concepts changing the face of educational institutions. Today, many of those campuses are deserted, as universities and colleges are struggling to bring students back to campus and into buildings safely. The fifth annual Higher Education – Smart Campus Summit is a must attend event for building automation, facility management and IT specialists from colleges and campuses that are eager to learn about technologies and strategies for campus repopulation and hybrid learning environments. It represents a great opportunity to gain insights on developing the campus of the future and discuss the impact of technology and automation. This by-invitation event is only open to university professionals in Real Estate, Facilities, Energy and Sustainability.
HIGHER EDUCATION SMART CAMPUS SUMMIT
Speakers will include APPA’s Lalit Agarwal, University of Nebraska Lincoln; Dan Bollman, Michigan State University; and David Handwork, Arkansas State University.