Yesterday at 09:30
University of East London
Join the discussion
If you are working in the area of the intelligent campus and are interested in work being undertaken in this space by others, then we would like to invite you to attend our next community event.
The community of practice gives people an opportunity to network, share practice, hear what various institutions are doing and what Jisc is doing in this space.
You will have the opportunity to discover more about the Jisc project that is being undertaken in the intelligent campus space as well as hear from others about their work in this exciting topic. There will be plenty of opportunities for discussion and networking.
Thursday 21 November
Registration and coffee
Welcome and background
Attendance and engagement: a learning challenge
Occupancy insights: building an evidence base for learning in transitional space
Morley College and Jisc pilot update
Case study: Safehouse Technology
IoT in smart buildings
Intelligent campus: understanding risks
Who should attend
This will be of interest to staff in universities and colleges who are interested in how the campus and physical infrastructure of their organisation can:
- Improve the student experience
- Enable better learning experiences in learning spaces
- Make efficient use of rooms and buildings
- Link into smart city initiatives
Also, staff who are working on, or care about, any of these areas at a university or college: smart city, smart campus, wayfinding, wifi heat mapping, mapping, space utilisation, smart buildings, RFID tracking, wifi tracking, facial recognition, artificial intelligence.
For further information, contact Sam Thornton (firstname.lastname@example.org).