ADDIS app creation to monitor the health of the teeth
The team INNOVISION composed of students from Bahrain and Luxembourg won the STEMEduHack 2021 Online Innovation camp with an app called ADDIS that helps consumers monitor the health of their teeth through scans.
Team membersMarie Schmit, Stephan Bolshakov, Paul Hakim, Laetitia Schumacher, Alya Alaali, Bader Janahi, Jasim Aldoseri, Dana Kalbouneh
Members roles and background
High school students from Luxembourg and Bahrain
The team INNOVISION composed of students from Bahrain and Luxembourg won the STEMEduHack 2021 Online Innovation camp with an app called ADDIS that helps consumers monitor the health of their teeth through scans. The app is connected to a self-brushing personalisable toothbrush and toothpaste and will provide advice and recommendations based on the scans. A great demonstration of the relevance of STEM skills and their use in our everyday life!
The challenge was to design a future consumer product taking into account sustainability, consumer experience, persanilization and digitalization.
Solution target group
Consumers of all ages.
Impact on all consumers by minimising the dentist visits and increasing the health of the teeth and mouth hygiene.
Solution tweet texthttps://twitter.com/JA_Europe/status/1458468335075708939
There is no similar solution on the market currently. Thus, it is an exceptional and unique business idea.
It can be used in various industries such as dentistry, personal care, beauty and fashion, medicine, etc.
The solution is perfectly adjusted to the future as everything is created from sustainable materials and can serve a long time to the consumer.
Solution team work
The team was mixed by the students from Luxembourg and Bahrain, working well together and supporting each other despite the time and schedule differences.
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