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Sleepace’s bedroom of the future demo’d at CES 2018

Sleepace is demoing its bedroom of the future at CES 2018 in Las Vegas. Dubbed the DreamLife smart bedroom solution, the idea is to provide a seamless experience that automates your nighttime routine and creates a better environment for healthy sleep.

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There are three parts to the system: Sleepace monitoring devices, the DreamLife Cloud and executing devices.

Monitoring devices include Sleepace’s standalone products such as RestOn and Sleep Dot, along with sleep modules which can be integrated into mattresses and pillows. They measure sleeping patterns including breathing rate, heart rate and body movement.

All of this info is synced with the DreamLife Cloud which sends pre-programmed instructions to executing devices. These include the Sleepace Nox Smart Sleep System, smart plugs and a range of third party gadgets. Because the technology plays nice with any IFTTT compatible device, you can connect it with your smart toaster, coffee machine, heater, humidifier, etc.

Source: Sleepace

The system starts working as soon as you jump into bed. It detects your presence automatically and runs a preset routine, essentially saving you time and allowing you to get more rest. This includes operations such as opening or closing smart curtains, switching the lights on or off, and more. The possibilities are only limited by the number of smart devices that you have in your home.

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During the night the system monitors the bedroom and your sleep quality, and adjusts the temperature and humidity as needed. In the morning, the system wakes you up when you are in a lightest phase of sleep. As you contemplate dragging yourself out of bed, you can review your nightly sleep report in the accompanying smartphone app.

“The smart home technology revolution continues with specialist solutions like DreamLife adapted to mattresses and bedding. As the positive impact of good sleep becomes better understood, sleep monitoring will become mainstream.” said CEO and chief sleep officer of Sleepace, David Huang.

“We predict that the number of people who use sleep technology will double in 2018, with smart mattresses and pillows integrated with other smart home technology in 20% of households by 2025.”

Sleep tech is a big thing, and its only going to get bigger in the coming years. The Shenzhen startup has already partnered on the technology with a number of brands across the US, Australia, Russia and China.

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Marko Maslakovic

Marko founded Gadgets & Wearables in 2014, having worked for more than 15 years in the City of London’s financial district. Since then, he has led the company’s charge to become a leading information source on health and fitness gadgets and wearables.

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