Meet the Team

Mentors: Dr. Prashant Jindal, Dr. Mamta Juneja , Dr Anand Gupta
Project Interns: Kartik Jangra(Team Lead), Anirudh Aggarwal, Amanat Singh

Introduction: IoT based Human Bite Force Measurement Apparatus and Methods


In dental treatment, bite force serves as a valuable parameter to evaluate the efficacy of a masticatory system.
A variety of devices with different design and working principles have been used to record bite force, but no single device is capable of recording all the required forces.
The measurements were taken one by one and take more time and were rather cumbersome.
Existing devices available in the market are costly and generally require a trained technician to operate.


  • It’s patent has been published.
  • After testing the device on 100 patients of GMCH-32, Chandigarh, the doctors are able to get a good qualitative as well as quantitative data of the patient’s biting force.
  • It has become successful because of the IoT platform that helped the doctors to compile the results and have access this data at the time of treatment.


To present a simple, portable, cost effective and user friendly device based on electro-mechanical architecture which employs the IOT technology for providing a remote access of the bite force values, which gives specialists detailed information so that’ll help in further dental treatment.


The device is portable and cost-effective.
The device stores data on cloud-based storage.
Device provides a non-invasive way of real time data capturing process.
The device comes with an app interface which shows data along with a progressive recovery graph.
The device can be operated on direct power supply or on battery with 2 hours of minimum operational time.
The device interface is user friendly and it can be operated by anyone without much complexity.

Technology Stack

  • Microcontroller: ESP32.
  • Manufacturing Technology: 3-D Printing.
  • Sensor Used: FSR Sensor.
  • Primary Coding Language used for app: Flutter


  • Name of the Department: UIET, Panjab University
  • Name of Project: Design Innovation Centre(DIC)
  • Name of Group: Medical Devices and Restorative Technologies (MDaRT)
  • Partners: GMCH 32 , Chandigarh

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