Tech-savvy brands are incorporating AI into home devices to adapt to consumer sleep habits and improve each night's rest

Technology has enabled industries to tailor products to suit the needs of individual consumers, even while they're asleep. With the incorporation of AI, leading home brands have released sleep products with capabilities like regulating temperature and optimizing light patterns.

While technology is sometimes seen as the enemy of sleep, innovative retailers are finding ways to put it to good use, monitoring and personalizing product experiences for consumers based on in-moment needs and environmental contexts. As identified by PSFK researchers, here's how forward-thinking are perfecting the home and sleep experience in particular with AI-based contextualization:

Eight Sleep
The Pod smart bed uses personalized temperature regulation to optimize sleep. It features AI and biofeedback sensors that collect data and determine the best temperature for the user throughout the night. The bed also works with an app that provides sleep analytics as well as other smart home products.

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HealWell
Manufacturing company Philips developed HealWell lighting, which consists of dynamic LED lights that mimic natural daylight patterns. When used in hospital and patient rooms, they can improve wellbeing, mood and sleep patterns. Patients can personalize the lighting from their beds, while subtle orientation lighting helps health workers navigate dark rooms.

Moona
The Moona smart pillow pad can adjust to the user's desired temperature for consistently cool sleep. Made of memory foam, the pad can be slipped under a pillowcase to allow for constant climate control. The temperature is controlled using an app, which can also track sleep to adjust temperature and improve habits for better sleep in the future.

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Technology has enabled industries to tailor products to suit the needs of individual consumers, even while they're asleep. With the incorporation of AI, leading home brands have released sleep products with capabilities like regulating temperature and optimizing light patterns.

While technology is sometimes seen as the enemy of sleep, innovative retailers are finding ways to put it to good use, monitoring and personalizing product experiences for consumers based on in-moment needs and environmental contexts. As identified by PSFK researchers, here's how forward-thinking are perfecting the home and sleep experience in particular with AI-based contextualization: