Keith Gladstone

Keith Gladstone

Head of Project Management and Business Systems at Royal National Institute for the Deaf

Location:
Wilton House 5 College Square North, Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom
HQ Phone:
+44 28 9023 9619

General Information

Experience

Head of Knowledge Management and Business Systems Development  - Action

Head of Knowledge Management  - Business Systems Development

Chief Executive Officer  - DELTA

Chief Executive Officer  - Deaf

Head of Technology Research  - Royal National Institute of the Blind

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Chief Executive - Dr Keith Gladstone Keith Gladstone Keith previously worked for the RNIB for 15 years as Technical Research Manager, heading a team of up to 25 research staff in designing systems and objects for visually impaired people. He recognises the vast differences between a visual and hearing impairment but brings a fresh perspective to DELTA and a wealth of voluntary sector experience.

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According to Keith Gladstone, head of technology research at the RNIB, his charity's 200,000 pound contribution and that of the RNID will enable the organisations to influence the development of the new technology.As well as potentially benefiting those with sensory impairments FASiL is aimed at a number of industries including the automotive industry for in-car use; call centres; and banks.Though the project is not intended to produce a product ready for commercial release, the commercial partners are hoping to market the technology at some stage.Gladstone said the RNIB would aim to ensure any commercial outcome also caters for the needs of visually impaired people.11. BERLITZ TALKS ON MOBILE PHONES

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According to Keith Gladstone, head of technology research at the RNIB, his charity's 200,000 pound contribution and that of the RNID will enable the organisations to influence the development of the new technology.As well as potentially benefiting those with sensory impairments FASiL is aimed at a number of industries including the automotive industry for in-car use; call centres; and banks. Though the project is not intended to produce a product ready for commercial release, the commercial partners are hoping to market the technology at some stage.Gladstone said the RNIB would aim to ensure any commercial outcome also caters for the needs of visually impaired people.

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