The Web App developed by the partner DFKI is now entering its test phase. It allows to collect physical activities, nutrition and health related data such as quality of life to form holistic health records. Using the app is possible with an untraceable pseudonym. Only an email address is required for the registration. The address is then saved with a non-reversible one-way encryption and is only needed for the login. All further input is then only linked to the pseudonym. Apart from the direct entering of the holistic health data, the web app can also be connected with the fitness tracker “FitBit”, allowing a direct transfer of the measured results from the wristband to the web app. The Web App is mainly in German and with some restrictions also usable in English.
The goal of the test phase is a semantic database with which the AI based analysis procedures can be tested on vast, mathematically-logic data. In addition, test subjects are free to give feedback on the functionality and user friendliness of the web app. Thus, the subjects not only support the health research, but also help designing an efficient user-friendly Web App to collect data for the CrowdHEALTH project.
The registration for the web app is at https://ch.baall.de .If you have already data about nutrition or physical activities in some other format that you are willing to share with us, please get in touch with us at https://ch.baall.de/contact .