We are elated to see the celebration of Sir Frederick Banting’s birthday (born November 14, 1891) by Google as their Google Doodle of the day! Without Sir Banting, our most effective form of diabetes maintenance (i.e., insulin therapy) would not exist. In 1921, Sir Banting began his work on the importance of insulin in combating diabetes. […]
Our little startup Medilync has been nominated for the Best IoT Startup og the Nordic startup awards and if you don’t mind spending a few minutes voting for us we’d appreciate that. Hit the link below and select Country Iceland and Category Best IoT Startup. Thank you very much in advance. www.facebook.com/nordicstartupawards/app/1447390765505585
Medilync will be participating in the ATTD conference (Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes) to take place february 3rd through february 7th in Milan, Italy. We will be placed at booth 39 and if you are attending, feel free to swing by and see what we are upto. You can see who else will be […]
In mid of december Medilync was announced to get a grant from Rannis, who administers the main public competitive funds in Iceland. This grant is for approximetely 300K USD for three years period. For us at Medilync, this grant means alot when it comes to funding and gives us the platform to build on for coming years.
Medilync and the National University Hospital of Iceland (“Landspitali”) have partnered to test Medilync’s diabetes telehealth solution on select patients. The goal of the solution is to help patients better manage their glucose levels and automatically log their insulin injections for key stakeholders to monitor patients status in real-time utilizing the Medilync Big Data platform […]
Today, Microsoft Corporation published two case studies on our projects. One of them covers our usage of Azure ML (machine learning algorithms) and the other one is how we connect our IoT device to Azure with an Open source framework called Nitrogen, which Microsoft contributes code to. It’s a great honor to get a study like […]