I’ve decided to switch to the Medtronic 670g after running Loop. Loop is the DIY artificial pancreas system I used last year staring in March, and throughout the year. This system has been amazing to my diabetes and over all health. The creators of Loop, Riley Link and Nightscout have done amazing work for the T1D community.
Loop system and I tried to set/create a Guinness World Record for the first Type 1 Diabetic to race with a closed loop artificial pancreas. Unfortunately… I was unsuccessful due to not enough international appeal and what not. (see my last post) They did say it was in fact a first, but not good enough for the GWR. but they do have a record for the highest blood sugar level :/ maybe I can break that one! haha jk
I’m ready to Race and/or run Time Attack this year. Currently working out a budget and which tracks/races I would like to attend. I’m really hoping to be back in the #96 Boxster Spec with Team Precision Motion during the 3 hour endurance race later this year in May 2018.
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I’am really curious how the 670g will compete with Loop while I’m out on the race track! Loop has set the bar extremely high.
The amazing volunteer developers at #Nightscout #openaps have done amazing work with Nightscout for Medtronic software.
This Andriod app uses a OTG cable connected to the Contour Next Link glucose meter and is allowing my 670G insulin pump and CGM data to record back to my Nightscout website. This is going to be extremely useful when I decide to get back in a Porsche race-car this year. It will allow for remote monitoring of my CGM and Pump data while I’m out on the race track or when I’m in the car racing I will be able to view the data on my smartwatch.
Here are some screen shots of the 670G system with Nightscout for Medtronic Software.