Updated: Feb 26, 2019
Are you a software engineer? Did you major in computer science? Doesn't matter--that's not what we're looking for right now! As promised, our team is shifting focus from the AssureTech Mobile Application, and is working on developing our more advanced allergy management solution--the EpiCenter App and Device! As we work on bringing this new app and device to market, we're looking for help from the rest of the allergy community.
Two Ways to Help
1.) Sign up to test the EpiCenter
As we move continue developing our new application, we want to get it in the hands of as many people as possible affected by food allergies so we can hear your feedback on the different features we include to make sure we're helping in the most effective way possible!
If your're interested in signing up, visit our site here.
2.) Fill out our Food Allergy Survey
If you've got five minutes to spare, you can help our team build our next application by sharing some information about your experience with allergies.
One of the big goals for the next application is improved allergy translations--and this includes creating the biggest database of allergens possible! Thanks to people from the allergy community who have already filled out the survey, we've been able to add everyone's allergens that has sent in a response--giving us over 130 different allergens to date!
If you'd like to share some feedback with us, you can find our survey here. You can also sign up to test the app from the survey as well!
What's on the way?
Our advanced, free solution for allergy management
The EpiCenter Mobile Application will include a number of advanced emergency functions, like notifying emergency services, alerting your emergency contacts, locating the nearest hospital, displaying a translated "help" message, and more--all at the press of a button.
The App will also translate over 120 different allergens and use an advanced translation system we're developing to help you find allergy-friendly food wherever you go!
And like the AssureTech Mobile App before it, the EpiCenter will include a number of ways for you to connect to some of the awesome resources we work with in the allergy community!
We want our apps to be the ultimate mobile resource for people with allergies, and either can be or will be free to download and use.
The EpiCenter device is our soon-to-be patent-pending, supplemental device for the EpiPen or Auvi-Q, that wirelessly syncs with our app and lets you know if you leave your auto-injector behind. Both versions of our case are designed to hold either one or two EpiPens or Auvi-Q's, respecively.