DDQ develops true native citizen science applications with research partners worldwide. We know the capabilities of citizens using smartphones and its sensors. Our apps are featured on the BBC TV, CBS News, Nature and Scientific American.
We provide tailor made, flexible and fast smartphone back ends to facilitate mobile cloud computing, user notifications, storage and offline synchronisation for working in remote areas.
We share our citizen science knowledge, teach children how to code, talk at TedX and tell everyone about our exciting work.
DDQ is member of the European Citizen Science Association
These projects have received funding from the EU’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 8634631 and 7764802
DDQ was found in 2010, and now have three employees: Norbert Schmidt, Joep van der Heiden and Demelza Ramakers. We currently work on mobile projects related to (citizen) science and social good with research institutions all over the world.