TMA Hosting Online Orientations for Virtual Annual Meeting
Despite COVID-19 derailing the in-person event, TMA says transitioning to an online format will extend wider participation in the Annual Meeting.
McLEAN, Va. — Originally scheduled to be held on Marco Island, a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico off Southwest Florida, The Monitoring Association is instead organizing a full slate of virtual activities for its Annual Meeting, Oct. 24-28.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic derailing the in-person event, TMA says transitioning to an online format will extend wider participation from the association’s member community, which includes professional monitoring centers, systems integrators, service providers, installers, consultants and product manufacturers.
In preparation for taking part in the virtual activities, TMA is staging multiple online sessions to orient attendees to the features and functionalities of the program platforms. This includes interactive tours of the platforms, which will enable maximum benefit of all the education and networking activities scheduled during the Meeting’s virtual experience.
The next attendee orientation will be held Oct. 1, 2:30-3:15 p.m. (EDT). TMA will be adding additional orientation dates as needed. Attendees may request a recording of the first session, presented Sept. 3, as a reference. You can register for the orientation sessions here.
Virtual Annual Meeting App &Web Page
- Navigate the event agenda and logistics, even without WiFi or data. Access useful information like ridesharing and local attractions through the Community Board.
- Network Plan whom to meet by exploring attendee profiles and sending out messages.
- Participate in event activities through session likes, comments, ratings, live polling, tweeting, and more.
Go here to review the current Virtual Annual Meeting agenda.
Also of note on the TMA docket: all TMA members are invited to participate in the fall Virtual General Membership Business Meeting Oct. 21, 2-3:45 p.m. (EDT).
Members are asked to participate in the Presentation of Awards from 3:30-3:45 p.m., during which winners of the Stanley C. Lott Memorial Award for Exemplary Service and the the Mel Mahler Award for Outstanding Service to the Monitoring Industry will be announced. Members will receive a link to register for this meeting.
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