Non Invasive Glucose Measurement

Revolutionizing wellness through non invasive technology that can measure blood glucose levels, oxygen saturation and heart rate accurately and affordably using light.

Our Technology

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Our new non-invasive glucometer uses Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIR) and applies computer vision to identify glucose information from the interaction of Near-Infrared Light passing through a in vivo tissue, in this case a finger.


NIR has become popular for monitoring physiological parameters because provides simple, economical and safe monitoring. Since no specific reagents are required for measurement, repetitive analysis is thus possible at low cost.


Our NIR technology can pass through different skin layers to subcutaneous space and obtain complex data. It is a spectroscopic method which uses radiation in the infrared region of the electromagnetic spectrum (700–1100nm).


As the light interacts with tissue, it is partially absorbed and scattered due to interaction with chromophores. Such light is then processed using optical systems, statistical analysis and deep learning algorithms, which allows for non-invasive glucose measurement.

If you can measure it, you can control it.

The Problem

Type II Diabetes is one of the most significant problems worldwide. It imposes a heavy global burden on public health as well as socio-economic development. It is estimated that 6 out of 10 people with diabetes do not follow the indications of their physicians due to the pain caused by invasive methods such as conventional glucometers. Lack of continuity in treatment is the major cause of catastrophic deterioration. In addition, the cost of care for diabetes is unsustainable in the medium term, and the disease is growing at an unmanageable rate.

The Solution

A. Promote the use of a non-invasive, easy-to-use and affordable device to monitor blood glucose levels in the general population, to improve overall wellness and prevent the proliferation of type II diabetes around the world.

B. Deploy mass prevention campaigns using non-invasive technology to monitor general blood glucose levels through a “traffic light” system, which could provide relevant wellness information to participants and alert public or private healthcare institutions about general health conditions.

Help us create a healthier future.


Prediabetics in the U.S.

96 million adults in the U.S. have pre-diabetes (1 in 3) and may develop a serious condition, furthermore, studies estimate that 8 out of 10 pre-diabetics don’t know they may develop a severe condition. All of them could benefit greatly from easy to deploy prevention models.


Diabetics in the U.S.

As of 2021, there were more than 37 million people in the U.S. with diabetes (1 in 10) however, it is estimated that close to 10 million people may be undiagnosed and unaware of their condition. With simple and regular blood glucose monitoring, the numbers could decrease over time.


Diabetes Related Healthcare Expense

According to the International Diabetes Federation, the healthcare cost associated to diabetes is estimated at a minimum of $966 billion dollars per year. If more accesible prevention devices were to be implemented, the cost could decrease drastically.


Diabetics by 2030

It is estimated that 643 million people in the world will have diabetes by 2030, that number is expected to rise to 783 million by 2045. We are in urgent need of massive prevention campaigns through improved glucose measurement.

Credentials and Validations

Startup World Cup 2022 – Pegasus Ventures

Top 10 finalist in the Startup World Cup 2022 – organized by Pegasus Ventures – out of 15,000 startups around the world.

Softeq Venture Studio 2022

Participated in Softeq’s Venture Studio for the 2022 cohort in Houston, TX, and partnered up with them for technology development.

Mexico City’s Science and Technology Department

Categorized as a strategic project for Mexico City’s Science and Technology Department.

Mexican Social Security Institute

Joint validation protocols with the Mexican Social Security Institute for glucose identification.

Mexico City’s Health Department

Validation protocols with Mexico City’s Health Department for glucose measurement.

Mexican National Institute of Nutrition

Validation protocol with the Mexican National Institute for Medical Sciences and Nutrition for glucose observation.

Mexican National Science and Technology Council

Project selection and funding by the Mexican National Council for Science and Technology.

National Metrology Center

Validation protocol with the Mexican National Metrology Center for observing diluted glucose.

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