Demonstrated at CES 2018 was Sleepace's vision of the bedroom of the future

At CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Sleepace will demonstrate its vision for the bedroom of the future. The concept behind this smart bedroom solution, which has been given the name DreamLife, is to provide a streamlined experience that automates your bedtime routine and makes for a more conducive setting for getting quality sleep.

There are three components that make up the system: execution devices, the DreamLife Cloud, and monitoring devices from Sleepace.

Monitoring devices include stand-alone products made by Sleepace, such as the RestOn and Sleep Dot, as well as sleep modules that may be included in bedding items like mattresses and pillows. They monitor your breathing, pulse rate, and body movement as you sleep to determine your sleeping patterns.

All of this information is synchronized with the DreamLife Cloud, which then relays instructions that have been pre-programmed to the devices that are carrying out the action. Items in this category include items such as the Sleepace Nox Smart Sleep System, as well as smart plugs and a variety of other third-party devices. You are able to connect it with your smart toaster, coffee machine, heater, humidifier, and so on because the technology is compatible with any gadget that is compatible with IFTTT.

When you get into bed, the system will immediately begin its operation. Your presence is automatically detected, and whenever that occurs, a predetermined routine is executed. This essentially saves you time and enables you to get more rest. This includes activities like opening or closing smart curtains, turning the lights on or off, and a variety of other actions. The number of connected gadgets that you have in your house is the only thing that can restrict what you can do with them.

During the night, the system will monitor your bedroom as well as the quality of your sleep and make any necessary adjustments to the temperature and humidity. When you are in the lightest phase of sleep in the morning, the system will wake you up to begin the day. You can study your nightly sleep report on the accompanying smartphone app while you are trying to decide whether or not to force yourself out of bed in the morning.

“The smart home technology revolution is still going strong with specialized solutions such as DreamLife that are tailored to beds and bedding. The favorable effects of getting enough sleep will become more well known, which will lead to widespread adoption of sleep monitoring. David Huang, the CEO of Sleepace and the company’s chief sleep officer, made the statement.

We anticipate that the number of people who use sleep technology will double in 2018, and that smart mattresses and pillows will be combined with other forms of smart home technology in 20% of households by 2025.

The field of sleep technology is now rather prominent, and its prominence is expected to expand further in the years to come. The Shenzhen-based firm has already formed strategic alliances with a number of well-known brands from a variety of countries, including the United States, Australia, Russia, and China.

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