UDT at FETC: Technology is the future!

UDT CTO Daniel Rodriguez showcased our School Lockdown Management and Communication Technology used to keep students and teachers safe.
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For the past 40 years, the Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC) has been bringing together thousands of professional educators to learn everything there is to know about the latest technology, practices, and ideas for schools everywhere. UDT had the pleasure of attending FETC in January where we showcased our newest and most valuable developments in education technology.

UDT CTO Daniel Rodriguez showcased our School Lockdown Management and Communication Technology used to keep students and teachers safe. “At UDT, we continue to commit our resources and research to not only deliver exceptional instructional experiences for teachers in classrooms but the best and safest possible outcomes when events occur on or around our campuses” said Rodriguez.

UDT Education Solutions Specialist, Carla Bates showcased the capabilities of UDTConnect in the classroom. “The UDTConnect solution which includes a display paired with a tablet provides a great opportunity in the classroom for teachers to build interactive and engaging lessons,” said Bates. “Not only does the display wirelessly connect to the tablet but placing a tablet in the teacher’s hands allows them to gain access to thousands of educational apps.”

UDTConnect delivers optimized and holistic 1:1 solutions that empower educators, students, administrators and technologists with the necessary tools to succeed.

Wondering how our education technology could take your classroom to the next level? Contact us!

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