Bracing is the common treatment for moderate idiopathic scoliosis (IS) during adolescence. Accurate evaluation of patients’ adherence to treatment with scoliosis brace usage has been a challenge for physicians treating patients with IS. The inability to accurately measure compliance has resulted in low brace efficacy.

The number of wear hours is subjective and difficult to verify due to reliance on patient recall, with the possibility of false reporting.

This project has recieved funding from the below programmes:

The Horizon 2020 project iPRODUCE – “A Social Manufacturing Framework for Streamlined Multi- stakeholder Open Innovation Missions in Consumer Goods Sectors” (2020-2022) will develop a novel social manufacturing platform to enable multi-stakeholder interaction and collaboration to support user- driven open-innovation and co-creation.

Horizon 2020 | Grant Agreement no. 870037

The Proof-of-Concept program is financially supported by Donors. The budget of the program is €500,000 per year to support 10 ideas (up to 50,000 per project). The duration of the project implementation time is 1 year and may be extended for a further 6 months without increasing their financial support. Each project will be continuously evaluated and its support will be suspended if it is negatively evaluated by the Advisory Committee.