2017: Group 2

Group 2 – G2

Description of Product/ Service/ Innovation:

G2 is an app designed to assist individuals to keep up a healthy lifestyle. It is an ambitious app that penetrates into the everyday life from shopping at the supermarket to daily reminders to eat medicine. With G2, we hope that healthcare can be more inclusive; it enables the user to doctor interaction to transcend beyond language differences.

Some examples of the functions included in G2 are: Graphical displays of the nutritional information of food products, food recommendations customized for the individual based on his dietary requirements, reminders to assist people on medication in consuming their medication timely and correctly, and a real-time messaging service connecting the user to doctors.

Target Group:

General Public

Stakeholders Involved:

Healthcare providers

Supermarkets

Government bodies

What Stakeholder Need Does It Address?

Data protection (Patient’s personal health data)

Ageing population

Raising awareness on healthy eating

How Does It Build on existing Technology/Processes?

The app incorporates existing technology such as QR code, user generated data, voice input, crowd-sourcing.

Your Group’s Pledge (What Follow up/Future Action Will You Take?)

We pledge to include the general people in the future analyzing their body condition and the nutritional value of the food they eat.

Team Members:

Vo Ngoc Minh – Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City

Eunhye Yang – Incheon National University, Korea

Shivangi Dixit- Hindu College, University of Delhi, India

Siti Nuraini – National University of Singapore, Singapore

Nastiti Aprilliana- Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia

Nimas Ayu M – Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia

Nantanat Ounanan – Mahidol University, Thailand

Ooi Yong Ann – National University of Singapore, Singapore

Pok Ci En-National University of Singapore, Singapore

Cao Yaozhi-Fudan University, China

Rashi Mongia – Hindu college , University of Delhi ,India

Tse Man Chun – The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Thananya Chanchinda – Mahidol University, Thailand

Jeremy Png – National University of Singapore