LAS VEGAS – An Alabama company’s invention made a big impression at the world’s largest consumer technology event.
The non-invasive, wearable diabetes alert system contains nano-sensors that detect gases, given off through breath or skin, that are symptomatic of high or low blood sugar. It will pair with smartphone apps, aiding the ability to push alerts to patients and caregivers.
During CES, the company won several awards, including “Best of the Best at CES” from The Chicago Tribune and Best Reviews magazine. The Tribune also named AerBetic in an article as “Best Health Monitor Tech.”