Tagging and Tracking System for Prisons and Correctional Facilities – A Design Roadmap

CL Mulholland, R Sterritt, P O'Hagan, E Hanna

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Abstract

Prisons and correctional facilities, particularlywithin Europe, have moved away from the traditionalrole of restrictive management and into one more akinto mentoring and re-education. This change ofdirection coupled with staffing shortages creates theneed for security systems capable of self-managementto relieve prison staff of the more fundamental tasks ofmanaging movement and interaction and allow them tofocus on the individual. This paper aims to provide apotential design roadmap to the tagging and trackingelement of an existing self-managing security systemfor use in prisons and correctional facilities. Logicalprocesses and autonomic computing elements havebeen suggested to support self-management whiletracking technology solutions are discussed that bestuphold optimum data security. The use of SVG isconsidered as an animation capable user interfacesolution.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Pages143-153
Number of pages9
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 31 Mar 2008
EventFifth IEEE International Workshop on Engineering of Autonomic and Autonomous Systems (ease 2008) - Belfast, Northern Ireland
Duration: 31 Mar 2008 → …

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WorkshopFifth IEEE International Workshop on Engineering of Autonomic and Autonomous Systems (ease 2008)
Period31/03/08 → …

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Mulholland, CL., Sterritt, R., O'Hagan, P., & Hanna, E. (2008). Tagging and Tracking System for Prisons and Correctional Facilities – A Design Roadmap. In Unknown Host Publication (pp. 143-153) https://doi.org/10.1109/EASe.2008.27
Mulholland, CL ; Sterritt, R ; O'Hagan, P ; Hanna, E. / Tagging and Tracking System for Prisons and Correctional Facilities – A Design Roadmap. Unknown Host Publication. 2008. pp. 143-153
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