In February GMApp Android, a mobile health app for General Movements Assessment, went Beta.

UPDATE: Release version 1.0.0 has been released in October 2016! We are on the transition to scale and heading for the GCE Phase 2 grant application phase in May!

GMApp is developed by iDN[1] and heavily exploits the Attribui Motion Service Stack[2].

Additionally, conception and prototype design were elaborated by Liberacerta, the social enterprise held by Attribui CEO Thomas Winter.

Prototypes were tested in China in 2015 and recently the Beta version successfully passed its first acid test in Brazil.

The project is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation.

Our Achievements

By providing a strong set of modern web and app technologies we helped the team of iDN to focus on the main goals of the project. In close cooperation with all participants the teams made it happen to even exceed our promising expectations.

Your Value

As a generalist, Thomas, CEO and owner of Attribui, has always a watchful eye on the inner workings of products and services as well as on the large-scale view given by the surrounding environment. Attribui stands for professional IT craftsmanship, be it application development or service management.

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

iDN Medical University Graz

  1. Research Unit interdisciplinary Developmental Neuroscience ↩︎

  2. Android server-client communication, API-driven services, video processing, and many more ↩︎