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Sleep Number, the Leader in Sleep Innovation, Unveils the Future of Health and Wellness at CES 2018
Can SleepIQ® Technology Identify a Heart Attack and Detect Sleep Apnea?
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“We envision a future where higher quality sleep transforms consumers’
health and wellness,” said
Today, the SleepIQ® technology platform powers one of the most comprehensive databases of biometric consumer sleep data in the world. Each night, SleepIQ® technology seamlessly reads hundreds of measurements per second, tracks hundreds of thousands of sleep sessions, and analyzes over 4 billion biometric data points. In the future, Sleep Number’s advanced biometric sleep tracking technology may potentially:
- Detect irregular breathing or heart beat patterns, like sleep apnea or a heart attack – and alert emergency services.
- Identify the flu or other epidemics as they spread locally, and communicate this information to health officials and the public.
- Play a role in monitoring patients outside of a hospital by sharing the related personal data with your doctor to support a diagnosis.
- Monitor recovery following medical procedures, so you can recover at home instead of at a medical facility.
CES Speaking Engagements
As the sleep innovation leader,
Jan. 9, 4:15 p.m.(Venetian, Level 4, Marcello 4405) – Chief Product Officer Annie Bloomquistis participating in the “Health and Wellness in the Smart Home” panel as part of the CONNECTIONS Summit: IoT and the Connected Consumer to discuss developments in connected health and chart the next steps to integrate health and wellness solutions into the connected home experience.
Wed., Jan. 10, 3:30 p.m.(Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4302) – Director of Product, SleepIQ Technology Stacy Stusynskiis participating in the Family Tech Summit’s “The Real You” session and will address using tech tools in a car, on your wrist, and in your home to stay connected and balanced.
Thurs., Jan. 11, 2:20 p.m.(Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304) – In “Scientific Insights into the Future of Sleep Tech” at the Digital HealthSummit, President and CEO Shelly Ibachis sharing her vision of the future of sleep technology in delivering the world a better night’s sleep, and in turn, better health.
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As the leader in sleep innovation,
Sleep Number Corporation
Sarah Reckard, 763-551-6076
Lou Ann Olson, 952-851-7226
Walt & Company
Merritt Woodward, 408-369-7200 x2979