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Non-Invasive Continuous Glucose Monitor (NICGM) for Diabetics

NOV
14
2019
14. NOV 2019

Presentation Hall B2 SEMICON EUROPA > SMART MedTech > MedTech Startup Challenge

15:50-16:05 h | Hall B2 Inspiration Hub, Booth B2.261

Subjects: SEMICON EUROPA

Speaker: John Hubert (Alertgy)

Chairman: Michael Kaiser (, Smart Systems Hub GmbH)

Type: Presentation

Speech: English

Alertgy is developing the first noninvasive continuous glucose monitor (NICGM) wristband. The monitor consists of a wristband, App and IoT solution. Using its proprietary technology, Alertgy’s Freedom detects blood glucose levels without any invasive needles or sensors, and alerts the patient and family, friends and caregivers via its smartphone link and automated alarm capability. These features provide accurate routine blood glucose measurements without the customary needle prick and meter device or implanted sensor needles and provide potentially lifesaving alerts when glucose levels are dangerously high or low. Historical data can be reviewed by the patient or shared with healthcare professionals.

Speaker,
Alertgy

John Hubert

John Hubert, VP Engineering of Alertgy has designed over 200 Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits helping to provide a paradigm shift that significantly reduced the size of military and commercial products. Lockheed Martin awarded him the coveted “APEX” award after his team
successfully developed a MMIC based High-Power Quasi-Optic Microwave Amplifier for DARPA. John also participated in spinning out a startup commercial company from Lockheed Martin, producing MMIC based transceivers and radiometers. Throughout his career, he has co-authored several papers, patents as well as a textbook. John earned an accelerated MS degree in Electrical
and Computer Engineering from UMass through an industry sponsored program.

John Hubert

Alertgy

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Speaker,
Alertgy

John Hubert

John Hubert, VP Engineering of Alertgy has designed over 200 Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits helping to provide a paradigm shift that significantly reduced the size of military and commercial products. Lockheed Martin awarded him the coveted “APEX” award after his team
successfully developed a MMIC based High-Power Quasi-Optic Microwave Amplifier for DARPA. John also participated in spinning out a startup commercial company from Lockheed Martin, producing MMIC based transceivers and radiometers. Throughout his career, he has co-authored several papers, patents as well as a textbook. John earned an accelerated MS degree in Electrical
and Computer Engineering from UMass through an industry sponsored program.

John Hubert
VP of Engineering for Alertgy

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