OpenAPS makes overnight closed loop APS technology more available to anyone with compatible medical devices who is willing to build their own system

The Open Artificial Pancreas System project (OpenAPS) is a free and open source to make safe and effective basic Artificial Pancreas System (APS) technology widely available to improve Type 1 diabetes peoples’ lives.

Developed by: Dana M. Lewis and Scott Leibrand

When: 2015 – current

Where: Seattle, EUA

Main actors involved: Patients and coders

Topics: Diabetes, chronic illnesses

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