Engineering and technology education stakeholders will converge at Tampa, Florida’s Convention Center June 16-19 for the 2019 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) conference and exposition. The three-day forum is expected to attract over 4,000 attendees from 500 university and college engineering schools, including professors, deans, instructors and students, who will share in learning and networking.
The conference features more than 400 technical sessions with peer-reviewed papers spanning all disciplines of engineering education. The technology Expo, occupying more than 20,000 square feet of exhibit space, will highlight latest innovations pertinent to engineering educators. Gap Wireless will be part of the excitement with a booth showcasing industry-leading vendor partner products and solutions.
Included on the Gap Wireless booth will be:
Dreamcatcher – Offering technical training to the electrical and electronics industry as well as telecommunication, Oil & Gas, and Life Sciences sectors, DreamCatcher provides editable teaching material, industry-relevant curriculum, and annual material updates to enhance learning opportunities.
Keysight Technologies – As a leading provider of Test & Measurement solutions, Keysight offers university-level, curriculum-based teaching programs to enhance engineering courses including both lectures and hands-on lab experience that features industry-standard tools and techniques. Teaching solutions include editable slides/lab sheets for course use, and a training kit with customizable lab procedures.
Spectratronix – Providing an end-to-end platform of products and services for RF & System Level design, development, prototyping, and Test & Measurement, Spectratronix ensures that educators, researchers and developers everywhere have access to the same sophisticated tools and services that made its parent company Consultix a success in the telecom market.
YateBTS – An innovative mobile equipment manufacturer for both RAN and Core network, YateBTS serves Mobile Network Operators and Mobile Virtual Network Operators globally. Based entirely on commodity hardware, the company’s products provide a complete software-defined mobile network for GSM and LTE.
More details about the 2019 ASEE Conference and Expo are available here, and don’t forget to visit Gap Wireless at booth #627.