IWCE Virtual Session – Feel Safe Inside: Solving for Wireless Dead Zones in our Schools and Universities
IWCE Virtual on August 24-27,2020 brought the global critical communications community together for 5 days of education, networking, new technology trends and much more! Now you can catch up on up on some of the most impactful sessions you might have missed at the show.
Tragic active shooter incidents and now the pandemic have brought increased attention to the critical need to improve school safety. From flexible hours to contact tracing, the connectivity needed for both in-person schools and distance learning has changed. Smaller groups, location tracking, video calls, and higher bandwidth affect the teachers, administrations and students. In addition, a key area cited for improvement is in-school wireless communications and the connection between first responders and the schools.This cross-stakeholder panel explores the challenges and approaches necessary to address this crisis facing our country from the perspective of parent, school safety, technologist, government, and public safety officials.
Looking for more content like this? IWCE’s In-Building Forum on November 18-19, 2020 will bring together key stakeholders in in-building wireless deployment, including emergency communication professionals, city leaders, building owners, carriers and more. With 6 comprehensive sessions covering everything from 5G, in-building connectivity, indoor coverage, public safety and wireless technology you don’t want to miss it. View the agenda to learn more.
Safer Building Coalition
Dennis J. Burns
Director, Public Safety
Advanced RF Technologies, Inc. (ADRF)
President of the Center for Campus Fire Safety, and Fire Marshal
University of Oklahoma
Facility Engineering Associates
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