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The SPHERE project

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Abstract: SPHERE started in 2013 with the aim to create the “Ultimate Behavioural Sensing Machine” – a set of capabilities that could capture aspects of free-living human behaviour over long periods of time that have traditionally been very difficult or impossible to acquire. The SPHERE technology includes environmental, wearable and video sensing. The talk will describe the technologies developed and integrated, some of the real world challenges encountered and will show some of the data obtained so far from hundreds of people around the UK. The talk will also describe opportunities to access that data for research purposes.

Bio: Professor Ian Craddock has a cross-Faculty position as Institutional Lead for Digital Health at the University of Bristol. He is a Fellow of the IEEE and the IET . He has had research leadership roles in both academia (including the flagship EPSRC SPHERE project 2013-2021) and industry (as Director of Toshiba’s Bristol Research Laboratory 2011-2019).

He has long-standing interests in electronics, computer science, healthcare and in ethics. He has chaired numerous national grant review panels, served on national research strategy boards and is a panel member for REF2021 , the UK’s national audit of University research quality.

This talk is part of the Centre for Mobile, Wearable Systems and Augmented Intelligence Seminar Series series.

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