There seems to be a lot of emphasis placed on IoT devices these days and how they can be used to help improve your quality of life. For example LG recently announced the SmartThinQ sensor that helps turn regular household items into smart ones, and now it looks like Samsung has announced an IoT device of their own dubbed the SLEEPsense.
In case its name wasn’t obvious already, this is a device that is meant to help track your sleep. Now the image above shows the tracker which looks pretty big, but in reality it measures about 1cm thick so it should be able to fit under your mattress just fine without too much disturbance in your comfort levels.
From there, the device will be able to track your sleeping, which we can only assume will be based on how much you toss and turn. Based on the data, it can also connect to other connected devices in your home, like the air-con where its temperature will be automatically adjusted for optimum quality, or the TV where it can help turn it off when you fall asleep.
It also features EarlySense technology that will be able to detect heart rate and breathing rate which will help provide you with more information on your sleep quality. SLEEPsense is expected to be released later this year in South Korea and other countries, but no word on pricing just yet.
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