Swity : Your sweet diabete’s assistant

If you suffer from diabetes yourself or someone you know, you must be aware of the difficulties to handle this daily-handicap. If not, please let me explain why !

Type 1 diabetes is an auto-immune disease who prevents your body from creating Insulin; which is the hormone who lets your body manage it’s glucose (sugar) level. This means you need to handle your body level on your own, by taking an appropriate Insulin dose when you eat or drink, however this dose depends on a lot of factors: meal quantity, age, weight, gender and life rhythm.

Furthermore, a vast majority of type 1 diabetics are equipped nowadays with captors that monitors continuously their blood-sugar level. These captors create tremendous amounts of raw data that are left unexploited; as an IT team we would like to find a way to use them.

With the rapid development of Artificial Intelligence (A.I) and new data technologies, we really want to innovate and we have all the tools we need to make a change in diabetics’ lives; giving him the best advice possible and overhaul his daily routine.

This assistant would be a mobile application on which the user would scan his captor to link it and then receive councils adapted to his upcoming activities(lunch or sport activity for example).

If you find this project interesting, please check our website swity.fr and subscribe to our Newsletter!




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