Small Cells, Wi-Fi, DAS and IoT Networks for Universities - what's in it for you?

What is the industry saying?

81% of universities have invested in technology to benefit students, and 73% reorganised their IT structures in the last 2 years to support a student success initiative

Why are the technologies at SCWS and LPWA World important?

Approximately 20 billion connected devices will be in circulation worldwide by 2020, but IT infrastructure at higher education institutions isn’t currently equipped to meet this demand. Small cell solutions can aid institutions to increase their network capacity, which is imperative for student satisfaction.

Not only will your students be happier, but their data can provide excellent opportunities for you; boost retention rates, monitor and support their well-being and track success in training programs. IoT networks throughout the university can also create and improve efficiencies in everything from student service to facilities management; capture data on lighting, security and temperature to streamline building management and make massive energy and cost savings.

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Benefits of attending

Discover best practices to...

  • Enable students to access online facilities that help them in their studies and research
  • Facilitiate the adoption of technology within the classroom
  • Explore data automation processes to inform universities of at-risk students


Universities including UCL, King's College London, Surrey University, Imperial College London, University of New Mexico, San Jose, Oklahoma, University of Austin attend this event.


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