Why should you join our community?
Occuity has a mission to improve the screening and monitoring of some of humanity's greatest health challenges - starting with diabetes.
If you believe in our vision, please sign up as only if we have your support are we ever going to be successful in creating a better way to screen and monitor for this disease.
Benefits & Opportunities
Be Informed - Stay up-to-date with our progress
Inform Us - Take part in surveys and groups - ultimately helping our R&D team make crucial decisions on design, function, name, look, feel and more.
Take Part - Help us with crucial clinical trials (remember our device will be non-contact and pain-free!) and tell us your story of living with diabetes - using the form below.
Reviews - Help us spread the word by being amongst the first to use the Occuity Glucose Monitor
Thank you for all your support.
CEO Dan Daly
We're working on the research and development of a revolutionary new way of monitoring blood glucose levels. The Occuity Glucose Monitor will make it easier for people to check their glucose levels through a simple scan of the eye, removing the need for them to endure painful, complicated and invasive finger-prick blood tests.
The handheld monitor will work by measuring subtle changes within the anterior chamber of the eye in just a few seconds before analysing the results instantly to determine blood glucose levels.
As this technique will be non-invasive, simple to use and require no other disposable items, users will be able to perform tests as regularly as they need to, with no additional costs.
NB. The Occuity Glucose Monitor is still in the research and development phase.
No risk of infection
None of the side effects associated with finger-prick tests
Simple Compact Handheld Design
State of the Art Optical Technology
With the scale of diabetes a growing problem, early intervention is crucial as the longer diabetes goes undetected, the more damaging its effects can be. However for diabetes to be detected effectively, a viable, simple to use device that can be used repeatedly in a non-clinical setting is required – namely the Occuity Diabetes Screening device.
The need for early detection and Diabetes screening
We are working on the development of a diabetes screening device that will be capable of being used by both clinicians and non-clinicians. It will be available as a service in opticians, pharmacies and care homes or even for personal use by individuals themselves in entirely non-clinical settings.
Building on our world-leading optical technology, our screening device will have fluorescence capability. This new technology provides the capability to detect disease markers in the eye such as AGE’s (Advanced Glycation End products) in the case of diabetes and pre-diabetes or Amyloid Plaques in respect of Alzheimer’s disease.
Let us know your thoughts
If you're affected by diabetes or know someone who is, and want to leave us a message about your experiences with existing glucose monitoring methods and your views on our development of non-contact optical glucose monitor, we'd love to hear from you.