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The American Technical Education Association invites you to exhibit at the 56th ATEA National Conference and Trade Show. 2019 is hosted by Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana at the Crowne Plaza Union Station, Indianapollis.
As an exhibitor at the 2019Trade Show, you will have access to 300+ key decision-makers. Conference participants will be looking for viable and affordable equipment, software, training units and other resources. The attendees are respected education authorities who initiate projects and programs, solicit bids and are prepared to make purchasing decisions based on what they see at the trade show.
Location: Crowne Plaza Union Station|123 W. Louisiana Street| Indianapolis IN 46225Hotel Reservations: 317- 631-2221
2019 Exhibit Contract ATEA.doc
2019 EXHIBITORS Information.doc
2019 TradeShowInfo ATEA (DRAFT).doc
Crowne Plaza Hotel Reservations
We look forward to seeing at the 2019 ATEA Trade Show
Sue Smith, Conference Chair, Ivy Tech Community College Indiana
Vice President of the School of Advanced Mnaufacturing, Engineering and Applied Sciences
Amatrol, Inc. Platinum Sponsor of Racing Through Industry 4.0
2019 host Ivy Tech Community College
Sue Smith, Ivy Tech Community College Vice President, Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering & Applied Science, invites you to attend the
2019 ATEA National Conference on Technical Education.
April 3 -5, 2019
Crowne Plaza Hotel at Union Station
"This premier conference will empower you to implement the current and future changes needed in technical education to address the workforce skills sets needed in the fourth industrial revolution and beyond. Industry participants and educators will leave the conference with new ideas, strategies and a certification to train and educate in these exciting times where automation, robotics, digitization, and artificial intelligence span and unite sectors and programs. The future is coming. Join us in Indianapolis and let's get to the future first!"
The conference registration includes keynote speakers, a trade show, breakout sessions, industry tours, and an opening night reception at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum. An unforgettable dinner will be provided at Lucas Oil Stadium on April 4th; home of the Indianapolis Colts.
Racing Through Industry 4 - At A Glance.docx
Titan Gilroy is the CEO of TITANS of CNC. He inspires and empowers educators and industry partners to build networks that employ new ways of teaching, connecting students with workforce. You will want to send a team to hear Titan! sponsored by Autodesk
John McDonald is the award winning CEO of ClearObject; a company which has been named the fastest growing IT company in Indiana over the past four years. McDonald works on the cutting edge of the IT sector. He will share his expertise on how to harness the data and skillsets necessary to meet the ever changing demands of the IT sector.
James Wall, Executive Director,
Smart Automation Certification Alliance SACA
Jim will share best practices for implementing assessments, curriculum, and acquiring equipment... all the information you need to know to become an Industry 4.0 certification site
Dr. Randy Swearer, Vice President Learning Experiences, Autodesk. Randy brings his passion for higher education leadership and strategy to address the complex global challenges on our era. He will transform the way you think of education and the workforce of the future.
Paul Perkins, President and CEO of Amatrol, Inc.; an award winning company including outstanding Company of the Year for the State of Indiana and the prestigious E-Award from the US Department of Commerce for outstanding success in International commerce. Paul is a member of the ATEA Board of Trustees and a dedicated leader in technical education for our workforce. Paul will speak at the Thurday evening dinner at Lucas Oil Stadium.
123 W Louisiana St, Indianapolis, IN 46225 US
the Crowne Plaza has rooms available
Crowne Plaza Indianapolis - Downtown Union Station places you in the heart of Indianapolis, within a 10-minute walk of Lucas Oil Stadium and Bankers Life Fieldhouse. This hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art and 6.7 mi (10.8 km) from Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Here is the link for reservations. Please let the page settle until the conference rates appear.
Crowne Plaza Hotel
ATEA conference rooms are available Tues, April 2, Wednesday April 3, Thursday April 4
if going online you have to click "accessible rooms" for the full block options to come up.
if you need assistance registering for these rooms please call
317-236-7458 8:00 to 4:00 ET ask for Dawn
The hotel direct number is 317-631-2221 and ask for the reservation department
you must say I want the " ATEA conference--Racing Through"
If t hey say the hotel is sold out they have not checked our block--there are two conference in the hotel Then ask for the nights in April 2, 3, 4
thank you and see you in Indianapolis
ATEA national office 612-381-3315 will also facilitate any challenges you have.
American Technical Education Association
A premier association for the post secondary technical educator, with emphasis on professional development.
ATEADunwoody College of Technology818 Dunwoody Blvd.Minneapolis, MN 55403
Dr. Sandra Krebsbach, Executive Director612email@example.com