Sapelli is a mobile data collection and sharing platform designed with a specific focus on non-literate and illiterate users with little or no prior ICT experience.
It supports the creation of surveys (called "projects"), composed of 1 or more forms. Forms can be entirely text-free, using the concept of pictorial decision trees, or have a more conventional appearance consisting of standard UI widgets. Sapelli supports data exchange using a highly efficient protocol that can work across SMS and HTTP.
Currently the core Sapelli team consists of:
- Dr Matthias Stevens, UCL/iMinds: lead architect/developer
- Michalis Vitos, UCL: developer
- Gulbala Salamov, UCL: developer
- Julia Altenbuchner, UCL: developer
- Gillian Conquest, UCL: anthropologist, field tester
- Carolina Comandulli, UCL: anthropologist, field tester
- Péricles Luiz Picanço Junior, UFPR/UCL: cartographer, translator
- Dr Jerome Lewis, UCL: co-director of UCL ExCiteS
- Prof Muki Haklay, UCL: co-director of UCL ExCiteS
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