“..world’s first company to develop a patented non-invasive, saliva-based glucose monitoring test ”
Diabeto is a device that wirelessly transmits blood glucose readings from a glucometer to a smartphone, where it can be logged and analysed via an app.
The version one of Diabeto was made from hacked pcb and was more of a square box with a hanging cable than what we see today. But it worked and validated their belief that the idea was executable, whereupon they now worked upon testing the compatibility of the product with various glucometers.
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The year witnessed some of the defining trends in the ecosystem. We at NextBigWhat certainly believe that these trends will help shape the future of technology startups in the next few years.
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We hate to be the spoilsport here, as much as we love Ladoos, and as much as we’d share the happiness with “Indian geeks” if Google indeed chooses Ladoo. But this is serious.
The new product will enable physicians and patients from around the world to analyze urine using their smartphones, measuring up to ten parameters such as glucose, ketones and leukocytes.
Indian startups have come of age. Like every year, we bring together India’s most amazing startups that were spotted. This year was a big year for startups with lots of great moves. Take a look some of the greatest startups of India from 2012.
As far as industry segments are concerned, E-commerce is the most strongly identified industry (24% of the selected), which is then followed by Mobile & Wireless (10%), Media (10%), IT & Enterprise Software (10%) and Social Media & Social Networks (10%).
Mumbai Angels has announced an investment in AIOCD Pharmasofttech AWACS Pvt Ltd – a company that’s creating an electronic infrastructure across 550,000 pharmaceutical retailers & wholesalers across the country. This…