Thanks, we are looking for people that know about the problem first hand, and would like to start use the product as soon as it is available. I'll be happy to keep you posted, just shoot me an email or sign in at our website or FB page!View Thread
I'm part of an MIT team that worked on a hardware and software system that monitors and promotes the correct use of inhalers. We have built a small glowing smart button that can be easily added to any asthma inhaler, called GeckoCap .
Good luck. We are an MIT team that also works in the asthma space. We try to make it fun for chilren with asthma to be more in control. Happy to hear your thoughts http://www.geckocap.com CheersView Thread
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