Interfacing with Next Generation Tagging and Tracking Systems for Prisons and Correctional Facilities

Catherine McFarland, Roy Sterritt, Patricia O'Hagan, Edward Hanna

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Abstract

Current state of the art biometric tracking systemsfor Prisons and correctional facilities rely on entrypoints to know who is where. It is envisaged that nextgeneration systems will be required to tag and track atthe individual level. Previously the authors havepresented a roadmap for such a cyber-physical system.This paper aims to provide a potential interface designto facilitate management and interaction within and tothe self-managing system.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
PublisherIEEE Computer Society
Pages43-50
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 22 Mar 2010
EventSeventh IEEE International Conference and Workshops on Engineering of Autonomic & Autonomous Systems - Oxford, England
Duration: 22 Mar 2010 → …

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ConferenceSeventh IEEE International Conference and Workshops on Engineering of Autonomic & Autonomous Systems
Period22/03/10 → …

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McFarland, C., Sterritt, R., O'Hagan, P., & Hanna, E. (2010). Interfacing with Next Generation Tagging and Tracking Systems for Prisons and Correctional Facilities. In Unknown Host Publication (pp. 43-50). IEEE Computer Society.