Tracking People: Controversies and challenges

Tracking people: scoping the landscape and debates across domains

Seminar One: 14th December 2016, University of Leeds

This seminar will examine the current landscape and debates in the use of tracking devices across a range of domains. It will identify the available technologies, chart how and where tracking devices are currently deployed, consider explanations for their current use and explore the opportunities, challenges and controversies presented by the deployment of the technologies.

The report from seminar one is available here

PresentationAnthea Hucklesby (University of Leeds)

Presentation -David Hearn (Associate Head of Commissioning and Contracting, Health Education England) 

Presentation -Rachel Holt (Consultant in Geriatric Medicine at Pinderfields Hospital, Mid Yorkshire NHS Trust)

Presentation – Marianne Kylstad Øster (Directorate of Correctional Services, Norway) 

Presentation Clive Walker (University of Leeds)

Presentation – Matthew Mitchell (SCRAM)

Presentation – Mike Nellis (University of Strathclyde

The programme is also available to download here

 

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