Scientific research with superpowers

Several scientific studies faced a problem: how do they collect good-quality data that helps them to further their research? To solve this, we developed Hayfind. Scientists can study large groups of people using data collected securely from users’ phones, with easy-to-use apps and Hayfind's smart computing power.

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Generation R

Research into the development of growing children from early pregnancy.

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VolumeTracker

Research into hearing damage based on how load the volume is on the device.

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ABCD

Research into the development of growing children from early pregnancy.

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Mario

Research on mood and resilience in children of parents with psychiatric problems.

The challenge

People don’t tend to enjoy filling out long questionnaires, and collecting data in this way is prone to error. As a result, studies often take longer than hoped and scientists spend a long time processing the right data. How could we improve this?

The solution

We developed Hayfind, a system that collects and analyzes big data. To collect the data we created several apps that can be completely unique in their appearance, how they are used and what they measure. By using gamification techniques, we make an important contribution to monitoring specific target groups and collecting passive and active data. The data goes directly from the user’s mobile phone into the Hayfind database, error-free and immediately available for analysis. We ensure that the data remains secure and that only the right people have access.

The execution

Hayfind was developed for Generation R in collaboration with professors and researchers from Erasmus UMC. The app was designed specifically for the adolescent target group: a target audience who have all kinds of other apps on their phones competing for their attention. How was Generation R going to interrupt this with questionnaires? Thankfully, the collaboration went very well, resulting in an app in which participants are actually motivated to complete the questionnaires.

 

The result

Generation R (in Rotterdam) and ABCD study (in Amsterdam) investigate the development of growing children from early pregnancy. The target group can play games to give answers, earn points and unlock new levels. The apps can also collect data passively: for example, SafetyNL conducts research into hearing damage based on how loud the volume is on the phone.

generation r screen

Generation R

Research into the development of growing children from early pregnancy.

volumetracker screen

VolumeTracker

Research into hearing damage based on how load the volume is on the device.

abcd screen

ABCD

Research into the development of growing children from early pregnancy.

mario screen

Mario

Research on mood and resilience in children of parents with psychiatric problems.

The challenge

People don’t tend to enjoy filling out long questionnaires, and collecting data in this way is prone to error. As a result, studies often take longer than hoped and scientists spend a long time processing the right data. How could we improve this?

 

The solution

We developed Hayfind, a system that collects and analyzes big data. To collect the data we created several apps that can be completely unique in their appearance, how they are used and what they measure. By using gamification techniques, we make an important contribution to monitoring specific target groups and collecting passive and active data. The data goes directly from the user’s mobile phone into the Hayfind database, error-free and immediately available for analysis. We ensure that the data remains secure and that only the right people have access.

 

The execution

Hayfind was developed for Generation R in collaboration with professors and researchers from Erasmus UMC. The app was designed specifically for the adolescent target group: a target audience who have all kinds of other apps on their phones competing for their attention. How was Generation R going to interrupt this with questionnaires? Thankfully, the collaboration went very well, resulting in an app in which participants are actually motivated to complete the questionnaires.

 

The result

Generation R (in Rotterdam) and ABCD study (in Amsterdam) investigate the development of growing children from early pregnancy. The target group can play games to give answers, earn points and unlock new levels. The apps can also collect data passively: for example, SafetyNL conducts research into hearing damage based on how loud the volume is on the phone.

Lauwerens Metz

Want to know more about Hayfind?

Last year 70,000 questions were put to Hayfind by scientists. Curious as to whether our app can add value to your research? Contact us!

 

Lauwerens
06 10 70 27 11
lauwerens@innovattic.com

Lauwerens Metz

Want to know more about Hayfind?

Last year 70,000 questions were put to Hayfind by scientists. Curious as to whether our app can add value to your research? Contact us!

 

Lauwerens
06 10 70 27 11
lauwerens@innovattic.com

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