TjopTjop - digital health screening data collection, storage, analysis and reporting
Overview of innovation
TjopTjop is a mobile app developed by the, NWU Faculty of Engineering Medical Device Development and Commercialisation group, to assist schools, businesses, and other institutions to easily collect and store health screening information from students, pupils, staff and clients. It saves time and effort at the screening stations, makes stored data available to the relevant people who needs to view the summarized data and act proactively when the results are out of range. For children we create QR codes as ID cards, and we use barcode IDs (both books and card versions) to identify the adults we screen.
Name of Developer
Prof Leenta Grobler, Dr Henri Marais
Was this innovation co-created?
Technology Readiness Level
Technology readiness level 9
Type of Intellectual Property protection