As many know, Tidepool recently engaged into a project to produce an FDA-approved version of Loop. Loop is a DIY closed-loop project, similar to OpenAPS, focused on running the control loop app on an iPhone platform. Many in the diabetes community run Loop, including a number of us here at FUD, and @dm61 wrote a great wiki to get people started. @TiaG reported the original Tidepool project kickoff:
I don’t know how I missed this—but, earlier this month (11/2), Tidepool announced that they will support Omnipod DASH in the Tidepool Loop app. That is big! Until then, I was doubtful of the initiative. But this gives them access to a powerful, cutting-edge pump, with the agreement of the manufacturer!
Update #1 (11/2/2018): We’re quite thrilled to be partnering with our friends at Insulet to support Omnipod DASH in Tidepool Loop.
To me, support from Omnipod is a game changer. That said, there are many hurdles on the way to FDA certification. I wish them the best of luck, and truly hope to see them successful!
You can get direct updates from Tidepool Loop.