Welcome to Orbit! We at Orbit are committed to providing people with Parkinson’s (PwP) novel digital tools to improve their care and living.
We are rolling out our Early Access Program (EAP) for eligible PwP to experience our Neptune Care solution free for one year.
Learn more about Neptune Care or join our waitlist to see if you are eligible for the program.
Who is Neptune Care for?
Neptune Care is a CE Class I device designed with you at its core. We’ve taken the time to speak with numerous people within the international PD community to develop a tool specifically for you. Neptune Care is for people living with Parkinson’s who are interested in learning more about their disease trends and how their medication, diet, exercise, and other factors affect their symptoms.
The future of PD management
Neptune Care is our Parkinson’s app and solution created for self-care and learning between doctor’s appointments. Powered by the same advanced technology found in Neptune, our tool for doctors, Neptune Care has extra features designed specifically for people living with Parkinson’s.
With Neptune Care you can:
Automatically track your state of ON, OFF, and dyskinesia 24/7 with a sensor worn on your wrist. View your symptoms and treatment response via our app.
Understand your treatment and see how other activities could affect your symptoms.
Record your medication, meals, exercise, sleep, and wellbeing.
Receive a digital, weekly report to learn about your personal trends and patterns.
Neptune Care maps your medication and activities information onto your own personal 24/7 motor symptom graph to help you see the bigger picture of your health and treatment response.
Early Access Program: Free use of Neptune Care for one year
The first version of Neptune Care is ready and we want your feedback! We are looking for 100 eligible PwP to join our early access program, experience Neptune Care and provide us feedback to continuously improve Neptune and make a wider impact for the Parkinson’s community.
Are you willing to share your voice and help create tools that benefit people living with PD?
Be a pioneer and find out how to get involved below.
A: The Early Access Program (EAP) offers people living with Parkinson’s (PwP) who are willing to trial innovation and can benefit most from the Neptune Care solution with one-year free access. Neptune Care is designed to monitor motor states and associated fluctuations. It aims to empower PwP to learn about their symptoms and influencing factors.
With the EAP, participating PwP will receive daily insights and weekly reports about their condition, and potentially gain new understanding and findings to help better manage their symptoms. PwP enrolled in the EAP will also get regular touch points with designated members of the Orbit Team to discuss feedback and ideas about Neptune Care and its improvements to better serve the Parkinson’s community.
A: Eligibility is determined from your responses to our questionnaire. This questionnaire is sent once you join the waitlist. Selection will be carried out by a panel consisting of neurologists/ movement disorder specialists, patient representatives as well as members of the Orbit team. We aim to select PwP who can benefit most from Neptune Care for the Early Access Program.
A: Neptune Care has an advanced AI algorithm that continuously and objectively tracks your motor symptoms. It enables you to visualize throughout the day the level of OFF, ON, and Dyskinetic states you experience. You will be provided with a wrist sensor. Data is passively captured without the interference of your daily activities. Neptune overlays treatment regiment and activities you log on your motor graph. This allows you to explore possible patterns in your health and potentially support self-management of PD.
Neptune Care’s AI algorithm is trained with MDS-UPDRS and mAIMs clinical labels and is a result of years of research conducted with LMU, Schön Klinik, and other global institutions. Initial findings show its ability to provide reliable motor state insights.
A: The solution is suitable for people diagnosed with idiopathic Parkinson’s.
A: Yes, the Early Access Program offers eligible PwP one-year free access to Neptune Care. Orbit will provide participants with a wrist sensor and the Neptune Care mobile app.
A: After the trial is complete, you can either opt-in and continue using Neptune Care at a nominal monthly subscription or simply return the device. In the latter case, courier charges will be covered.
A: To benefit from the Early Access Program, you will be asked to consent to Orbit storing, processing, and having access to the following data:
- Name, phone number, and email address are collected and stored to create your account so you can use the Neptune Care mobile app.
- Raw motion data (namely accelerometer and gyroscope data) are collected and processed to offer you your motor state insights.
- Motor state data and activity logs are collected and processed to provide you with weekly reports and insights. Anonymized motor state and activities data may also be used for advancing treatments, care, as well as healthcare professional educational initiatives.
- Anonymized app usage data and your answers to our regular questionnaire are captured and processed to help continuously improve the app’s features and encourage engagement.
A: All data collected is stored in Germany.
A: Participants will receive a monthly questionnaire via email or the app and engage in a short telephone conversation with an Orbit representative.
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