Beddit, makers of wireless sleep tracking equipment used by professionals worldwide, has scaled up manufacturing of its best-selling sleep sensor and wellness coaching app and will be showcasing them at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
Beddit is exhibiting in booth number 73105 at the CES Eureka Park TechZone (located in The Venetian hotel).
The company also invites all media who have used beta versions of its sensor to bring their sleep data and Beddit smartphone app to come to the Beddit booth for personal coaching and tips on how to improve sleep and overall wellness.
Beddit’s sleep tracker uses ballistocardiographic method (BCG) to analyze signals from a wireless sensor under your bed sheet in order to bring scientific accuracy to a smartphone-based sleep and wellness app. Beddit tracks sleep quality, heart rate, breathing rhythm, movements, snoring, bedroom noise. Beddit’s app uses users’ profile information and algorithms to crunch their sleep data and offer an easy-to-understand sleep score, plus personalized coaching for better sleep.