Burgdorf – Ypsomed, Abbott and CamDiab will work to accelerate the development of an automated insulin delivery system for people living with diabetes. The system is being designed to include Abbott’s FreeStyle Libre 3 sensor, CamDiab’s CamAPS FX algorithm, and Ypsomed’s mylife YpsoPump. The partnership demonstrates the companies’ collective desire to drive integrated solutions to help people with diabetes better manage their condition and improve health outcomes.
Ypsomed, Abbott and CamDiab are partnering to develop and commercialize an integrated automated insulin delivery (AID) system to help lessen the burden of round-the-clock diabetes management for people with diabetes. The initial focus of the partnership will be in European countries.
The new integrated AID system is being designed to connect Ypsomed’s mylife YpsoPump with Abbott’s FreeStyle Libre 3 sensor, the world’s smallest1 and most accurate2,3 continuous glucose monitoring sensor with readings every minute, and CamDiab’s CamAPS FX mobile app, creating a smart, automated process to deliver insulin based on real-time glucose data. The connected, smart wearable solution is designed to continuously monitor a person’s glucose levels and automatically adjust and deliver the right amount of insulin at the right time, removing the guesswork of insulin dosing.
Our goal is to make diabetes care as easy as possible, which is why Abbott continues to expand its team of insulin delivery partners, digital coaching and technology leaders,
says Jared Watkin, Senior Vice President of Abbott’s diabetes care business.
We want to deliver new advanced solutions that simplify and make it possible for people to spend less time thinking about diabetes and more time living.
Poor glucose control leads to an increased risk of diabetes complications such as blindness, and heart and kidney disease. We want to help people with diabetes better manage their glucose through advanced technology. Our CamAPS FX, already approved in Europe, is a highly adaptive algorithm that when integrated with Abbott’s sensor will be able to communicate with Ypsomed’s insulin pump to provide the optimal insulin dose, lifting the burden of managing a condition that is relentlessly unpredictable day and night,
says Roman Hovorka, Director of CamDiab Ltd.
We are convinced that major challenges of society can only be addressed through partnerships. We are therefore proud to expand our partners and connectivity to offer more freedom of choice in managing diabetes. When combined our mylife YpsoPump with the FreeStyle Libre 3 system and CamAPS FX advanced adaptive hybrid closed-loop app, we will be able to deliver an additional compact and lightweight AID system that is discreet and simple to use,
says Simon Michel, CEO of Ypsomed.
The companies intend to complete development by end of 2022 with commercial availability expected thereafter.
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CamDiab Ltd is a digital health and personalized medicine company focused on the design, development, and commercialization of its world leading, interoperable CamAPS FX closed loop app. The CamAPS FX is designed to use adaptive, self-learning control algorithm, linked to a compatible continuous glucose monitoring device and a compatible insulin pump, to autonomously compute and direct insulin delivery to maintain tight glycaemic control. Since its founding in 2019, its mission has been to help people with type 1 diabetes and their families live better lives. For further information, visit www.camdiab.com or follow CamDiab Ltd and its products on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter @CamAPS_FX.
1 Among patient-applied sensors. Data on file, Abbott Diabetes Care.
2 FreeStyle Libre 3 User Manual.
3 Data on file. Abbott Diabetes Care, Inc. Comparison based on publicly available information.