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TY for sharing Celia, getting a better sleep is a real concern for a lot of people. Thus, you have the connected earplug https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/hush/hush-the-worlds-first-smart-earplugs, and recently a connected bed was presented at CES Las Vegas: http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/columnist/baig/2016/01/04/connected-bed-claims-help-you-sleep-better/78271162/

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2 additional products linked to smart sleep presented at Las Vegas CES 2016:
Nox Smart Sleep System: monitor and lights http://the-gadgeteer.com/2015/06/24/sleepace-unveils-nox-smart-sleep-system/ - http://www.mysleepace.com/en/nox.html
Beddit Sleep Tracker to place under your bed sheet : http://www.beddit.com/

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On peut améliorer cette idée de rendre le lit orthopédique avec des vérins mécanique qui donne la position la plus confortable.

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Isn'it what is meant by 'The user would also have the option of changing the inclination of bed at his will through the application'?

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I see the Internet of Things angle here, but I humbly suggest that personal tracking devices like the Fitbit (and more advanced sleep trackers) are helping quantify sleep already. Why not use those devices, which can travel everywhere with the user, quantify more than just sleep, and accessorize further with an alarm clock or sleep music machine (smartphone)? Orthopedic Beds with reclinement features already exist. Would it be price efficient to invest in a connected bed given the other possibilities? Thanks

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