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Reporting your daily health status is crucial to create a predictive heatmap of disease hotspots. This data will provide health authorities with a real-time insight into potential outbreaks.
The information you provide (contact, location and individual symptoms) won’t be available to the public due to privacy and security concerns.
It will be made available only to local health authorities and the WHO, completely FREE of charge, to help them gain insight and optimize their efforts to contain the spreading of the coronavirus as early as possible.
Once collected data reaches 1% of the population in a certain country, only anonymized and aggregated symptom statistics will be opened to the public.
If you and the people around you (like your neighbors) report their symptoms, the system can single out such areas with lots of reports, as an indicator of a possible outbreak.
Using real-time location intelligence and machine learning we can predict patterns and locate hotspots of potential new outbreaks.
You can report your own health status daily, as well as the status of your family members, from the same device - provided you have accurate data for everyone.
App is translated into more than 30 languages.
If a potential outbreak is detected in your area, authorities can use the information you provided to reach you and perform tests to verify the coronavirus.
These actions can contain further spreading of the virus and save lives.
Our goal is not to raise panic, symptoms without the confirmed disease are just symptoms.
The information you share (contact, location and individual symptoms) won't be available to the public, only to health authorities.
We felt a need to help in any way we can in this time of crisis. We have put our hearts, knowledge, technology and resources into this project.
We don’t claim ANY ownership or commercial interest in the data collected through this project. The data will be available free of charge to all relevant local and global authorities with the purpose of planning their activities and research to stop the spreading of the coronavirus.
o Information you report in the form
o Location you provide
o Time of the report
o IP Address
o We use Google Analytics to analyze website traffic, but with the cookies turned off, so we don’t track you
Data is collected through an online form and securely transferred to servers using HTTPS (HTTP Secure) connection.
Data is stored on servers at Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Ohio, United States. It is stored and secured using industry standards.
The only third parties to whom we will allow access to your data are health authorities that are involved with the coronavirus pandemic. Also, once collected data reaches 1% of the population in a certain country, only anonymized symptom statistics will be opened to the public.
Ideally once in every 24h if possible, so we can track the progression through time, even if you don't have any symptoms and have not been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19. This way, we can also map "cold" zones, areas where people are relatively safer.
Every single report that you make is a valuable contribution to the database which will be used to research and hopefully stop COVID-19. You get to be part of a global task force fighting the biggest pandemic in recent history.
You don't have to do anything, but we would much appreciate your reports even without symptoms. This way we can create a representation of "cold" / safe zones and also watch the progression of the illness within a certain period of time.
This solution is a joint effort of organizations and individuals across the globe:
GIS Cloud (Croatia), Smart Cloud (Croatia), Geovisual (Croatia), Jurica Kovač (Croatia), Nubigroup Geoservices & Research (Greece), Pacific Spatial Solutions Inc. (Japan), 99Geo (Brazil), Teramaps (Chile), Aquasave (North Macedonia), Hydrocontrol (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Serbian GIS Association (Serbia), North 4Smart Apps (Jordan), Sprinter Consulting (Kenya), Aleksandar Lazarević (Slovenia), Alexandru Aldea (Romania), Alin Anchidin (Romania), Antonija Živković (Croatia), Dr. Dejan Lazarević (Italy), Prof. Asoc. Enkelejda Gjinali (Albania), Eva Vuksanović Kovač (Croatia), Lajtai Bálint (Hungary), Lara Kralj (Croatia), Marko Kosanović (Germany), Mirna Čužić (Croatia), Nikola Devčić (Croatia), Nikolina and Dan (Sweden), Pierre Henry and Paulina (Poland), Tomáš Sucháček (Czech Republic), Cristine Hellström (Denmark), Kim Beentjes (Netherlands), Oi Ling Lee (Hong-Kong), Bojana Šprem (Croatia), Emre Göktaş (Turkey)