Join Us at the UTC Center for Intelligent Buildings
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
The UTC Center for Intelligent Buildings is a first-of-its-kind technology, innovation and collaboration center showcasing United Technologies products and integrated systems. Housing officers, facility managers and building operators can relax and enjoy the ambiance created by integrated advanced technologies. Conference attendees will join a tour of the CIB.
Conference attendees engage in product and business reviews, evaluate roadmaps, evaluate implementation of new technologies, and learn each other's tips and tricks for campus housing. In-depth software and hardware training help participants tailor their Integra systems for optimum performance.
$100 May be paid by credit card during registration process, or by check to Onity
A link is provided during registration so you may book your room at the discounted conference rate
BUSINESS GIFTS COMPLIANCE
The cost of any entertainment expense and nominal promotional gifts such as pens or jump drives are covered by the $100 registration fee. Meals are provided by Onity and may be considered as business gifts. To ensure that provision of these items from Onity to you does not violate any ethics and gifts rules or laws, the registration process will ask you to download a form and return it with the signature of your organization's director, legal counsel, executive or ethics officer. This CONFIRMATION FORM is available here as well as in the registration site. Conference attendees whose organization policies restrict receiving these gifts may pay Onity directly for the value of the meals and gifts, or contact us for available alternatives.
During registration, you will choose between alternate sessions on Monday afternoon:
Mock University will walk-through setup of a model university synchronizing Integra software with a leading student housing administrative software package.
Classroom Safety will explore how the Integra one-touch CT30 lock is ideal for classroom lockdown and how schools and communities are using this lock today as part of their Shelter-in-Place procedures.