Tommy's Project
Tommy's Project

Tommy’s project is a Sino-Dutch initiative that aims to develop solutions to socially empower children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).

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Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and autism are both general terms for a group of complex disorders of brain development. These disorders are characterized, in varying degrees, by difficulties in social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication and repetitive behaviors.


ASD are the fastest growing developmental disorders among children. 1% of the World population, which is about 70 Million people, live with such disorder. Unfortunately….. autism is not curable………

But there is room for improvement and innovation, e.g. regarding behavioral monitoring, training of social interaction skills, planning, organizing, etc. A group of renowned mental health experts both from the Netherlands and China has taken the initiative to collaborate on the development of novel solutions for children with ASD.

As a team we will integrate knowledge from autism research with, game-mechanics and digital technology to end up with some novel solutions that will trigger a smile.


A Consortium of Dutch and Chinese experts is working on the design and development of such a solution, … something social, …something that will trigger a smile. The consortium includes the following partners:

- Design & Development -
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- Sino-Dutch relations -
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- Subject matter experts -
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- Sponsors -
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We welcome investors and launching customers who want to become part of this solution.

    2016 January - December

    Stage 1:
    User needs & Use case assessments

    Stage 2:
    Concept studies & Business modelling

    2017 January - December

    Stage 3:

    Stage 4:
    Testing and implementation

    2018 Januari & ongoing

    Stage 5:
    Market introduction (NL , China, other markets)


Public & Investor relations

Prof. dr. Ning Qu    |  |  +31 (0)6 3162 3406 (NL)

Dr. Gerard Dekker  |  |  +31 (0)6 5539 4523 (NL)


Oude Boteringestraat 21
9712 GC Groningen
The Netherlands