This small R&D company, based in Dortmund, Germany, claims it is close to production of what is believed to be a near IR device, although it's operational range of 80% humidity or less may indicate a middle IR device. It has been developed in conjunction with a Korean company, Samsung Fine Chemicals Co., Ltd. Called the GluControl® GC300 and measuring 17.6 x 11.6 x 6 cm, with a weight of 500 grams (18 oz.), it is designed for home use.
Diabetes technology section
SpectRx, Inc. is developing a non-invasive test to screen for diabetes by measuring the intensity of fluorescence and scattering in the lens of the eye. Eye measurements are performed through an undilated pupil with the assistance of a pupil tracking system.
Current insulin pens are more convenient than injections with syringes, but they could do so much more. They could be designed like today's smart insulin pumps, and could even be designed to be far more intelligent so they really improve control.
Blue skying means sitting around with friends and sharing what-if ideas. Maybe it's a way to cure diabetes, or to make scattered blood sugar results mean something, or to prevent or treat retinopathy, or a software program that could help deal with diabetes. Whatever it is, this is the place to share it.