||Here we present work in progress towards a fully automatic system that monitors a honeybee hive over many days, deriving information on the position and velocity of each bee, and detecting and identifying each instance of a social interaction. Each bee is tagged with a unique identifier, enabling the system to know exactly which individuals interacted in each case. The final result should be a map of all interactions, from which it is possible to derive, for example, a sociogram.
[This talk will be easy to follow for all -- no technical depth at all. For those of you that attended SSBA: this is more or less the same talk I gave there.]