2019 Free Workshops

 

Monday, April 8

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Workshop #1  

Financial Modeling for Community Networks

Our popular staff explanation of the latest versions of Broadband Communities' financial models. We'll concentrate on MDU business cases as well as rural models and strategies to follow to take advantage of the money coming out of the federal government. Attendees get all models on a free thumb drive.

Moderator: 
Steve Ross - Editor-at-Large, Broadband Communities


Workshop #2  

Advanced Broadband Technology 101


Moderator: 

Joanne Hovis - President, CTC Technology & Energy


Workshop #3  

How to Create a Virtual Telehealth Center Using Community Broadband

Lessons covered include:

  • How to conduct an effective needs analysis
  • How to develop an effective telehealth strategy
  • How to design your telehealth center
  • How to effectively fund and market your center

Moderator:  
Craig Settles - President, Gigabit Nation

Presenters:
Eric Brown – President, California Telehealth Network, President, OCHIN Broadband Network Services (OBNS)
Dr. Milton Chen – Founder and CEO, VSee and This American Doc
Becky Jones – Program Manager, Texas/Louisiana Telehealth Resource Center
Carly McCord Ph.D – Director of TeleBehavioral Health, Texas A&M Health Science Center and Clinical Services of the Telehealth Counseling Clinic (TCC)


2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Workshop #4  

Best Broadband Infrastructure for Each Building Type

Moderator: 
Tom Stender – President & CEO, InfiniSys 

Presenters: 
Robert Grosz – Vice President, Strategic Alliances, Boingo Wireless
Cory Douglas – Executive Vice President Deployment and Construction, Pavlov Media
Sandy Jack – National Account Manager – MDU/CRE, Ruckus Networks, and ARRIS Company

 


Workshop #5  

Coops 101: Questions and Challenges Cooperatives Face in Evaluating a Broadband Deployment

Based on the noise, you would think every coop is moving forward to develop a broadband deployment. But there are many that have decided NOT to build – for any number of reasons. Let's clear up the confusion for those just starting out, including just exactly what a feasibility study should include. Do you want a market study? Capital expense budget and operational study? A business plan? You'll go home knowing where (and how) to start.


4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Workshop #6  

Smart Multifamily – How to Maximize Benefits and Mitigate Risk

Smart Technology is becoming essential to any apartment. However, many solutions are nascent, nebulous and costly. This year, a disturbing number of deployments have not even been code compliant. This session will identify the differing IoT elements and strategies used in multifamily. While no one can foretell precisely the apartment of the future, you will leave this session prepared ways to maximize benefits and mitigate risk in an evolving industry.

Learning Objectives:

  • Examine the two smart multifamily strategies being pursued by multifamily communities today
  • Explore the elements of a smart apartment and community
  • Understand how smart multifamily solutions integrate with smart lock and access control systems

Moderator: 
Henry Pye – Vice President, Residential Technology Services, RealPage, Inc.


Workshop #7  

TBA

April 8-11, 2019

Renaissance Hotel in Austin, Texas

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Here's a glance at last year's Summit.

Demographics

Who's attending our Summit events? Should you be making plans?

  Consultant, Contractor 10%
  Equipment Manufacturer, Supplier, Distributor 17%
  Government/Legal 12%
  System Installer, Service Provider 8%
  Financial Advisor, Institution, Investor 3%
  Systems Operator*
*Includes Telcos - Private, CLEC, ILEC, Cable Operators, Wireless Broadband Operators, Property Managers, Developers, Owners, REITs, University, College,
49%

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