The program will include informative peer-to-peer panel and roundtable discussions
Phoenix, AZ — AtlasIED, a global electronics manufacturer providing comprehensive audio and security solutions for commercial markets, will provide a full day of training and professional development at the Technology Managers’ Summit, Nov. 19, in Atlanta. The program will include informative peer-to-peer panel discussions and compelling roundtable dialogue. Leading the presentations will be AtlasIED, as well as other commercial AV manufacturers including Draper, FSR, and WolfVision. Representatives from these companies will provide information about trends in classroom and campus technologies, new AV systems designed for these markets, and strategies for aligning with customers in the educational sector. Attendees are encouraged to share their experiences and pose questions to help bolster their business and implement and maintain educational and training systems more efficiently in huddle spaces, auditoriums, and campuses.
“The role of the AV integrator is constantly changing as technology evolves,” says AtlasIED President and CEO John Ivey. “It’s our job as a provider of AV products and systems to help our customers stay abreast of technological advancements and give them the tools and resources they need to specify and design exceptional AV solutions for the educational market.”
Some of the topics to be led by AtlasIED and other Summit participants include: “Technology and Campus Security”, “Technology Infrastructure; Connection Management”, “When to Project in a Monitor World” and “The New Design Approach for Creating Modern Learning Spaces”.
Tim Albright of AVNation will moderate and emcee the day’s events. “I’m thrilled to be a part of such topical event for technology managers,” Albright says. “Having been a technology manager and programmer for higher education systems in the past, and now working in media, I see great value in events like this that provide training, development and networking opportunities for technology managers.”
“Technology managers are increasingly taking more systems design and installation in-house, so providing ongoing training and education has become imperative,” adds Gina Sansivero, AtlasIED VP of Marketing and Corporate Communications. “Through our involvement in the Technology Managers’ Summit, AtlasIED is helping AV integrators respond appropriately to changes in the market and commercial AV technology, and demonstrating its ongoing commitment to the industry.”
Technology managers interested in attending the Technology Managers’ Summit, can register athttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/technology-managers-summit-tickets-75668140445.