Based on non-wearable physiological parameter monitoring technology, the solution is developed to implant sensors into mattresses, cushions and pillows to monitor the user’s heart rate, respiratory rate, body movement/turnover, sleep cycle and sleep time.
With all this data, it can provide sleep analysis, abnormal physiological signs monitoring and early warning sleep report, and other services. In addition, it can control the smart appliances in the bedroom at night according to the user’s sleeping status.
Currently, the smart sleep solution is compatible with various communication solutions such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 433, etc. It can connect with different IoT platforms and meet their needs to complete the development of various application scenarios as quickly as possible.
David Huang, Co-Founder, President and Chief Sleep Officer of Sleepace, says: “Currently, Sleepace has provided a smart sleep total solution for smart bedrooms for many international IoT leading brands such as LG U+, Huawei, and Tuya. The solution can monitor the user’s sleeping data and the status through non-contact sensors during sleep and control the on and off status of the home appliances (such as smart light bulbs, smart curtains, smart speakers and smart air conditioners) as well as the bedroom environment conditions.
“Sleepace has also provided services for the bedding industry and customisable and upgrade solutions for smart bedding products from a number of well- known bedding companies in Australia, the UK, Russia, and Japan.”
“We can provide customisable and upgrade sleep monitoring products, sleep aid products and smart monitoring modules for pillows and mattress. The technology can also be used in the home care and baby monitor industry to provide early warning of abnormal physical signs of the user at night,” Huang adds.
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