Brighter AB

Brighter is a health-tech company from Sweden with a vision of a world where managing chronic diseases is no longer a struggle. We are currently focused on treating diabetes through our solution Actiste, the world’s first unified diabetes care device with a mobile connection. With the current treatments and closely monitoring the condition, people with diabetes can stay healthy and minimize the risk of the complications caused by sustained high blood glucose levels. So people with diabetes need to ensure blood glucose is monitored properly, insulin is administered when needed, and healthy diet and lifestyle choices are followed.

Our Technology Offers

Smart Treatment of Chronic Conditions

Individuals with diabetes need to check their blood glucose values every single day, in some cases many times per day. It often means carrying a lot of equipment such as lancets for blood samples, blood glucose meters, medications, logbooks, and test strips that sometimes get forgotten. This means blood glucose may not be checked often enough, or medications may be skipped or not recorded properly. Poorly managed diabetes increases the costs of complications which contribute up to 80% of diabetes treatment. To avoid the complications caused by diabetes, it is important to keep blood glucose levels within the recommended range. Eating, exercise, medication, and stress – all of these and more impact blood glucose.

The offered technology combines product and service offering for taking blood samples, measuring blood glucose and monitoring values over time. With an in-built mobile connection that works globally, the device automatically logs and stores all treatment data. If a user is out of network range, the data is saved on the device and synced as soon as it comes back online. The goal is to provide clear insights into how lifestyle factors can affect blood glucose control, as the treatment data can be reviewed on the device itself or through the mobile app. Users can set targets and download treatment reports that provide a historical overview of blood glucose values. The technology can also reduce administrations as test strips and lancets are automatically resupplied before they run out.

Sweden