By integrating with IFTTT, Nokia Sleep can do home automation stuff, like dimming and turning off lights as you doze off into your dreams, configuring the thermostat, closing the window shades, etc. It can be a considerable reason to get this besides other automation alternatives, for people who don’t have the light switches by their bedside.
All the data tracked by the sleeping tracking sensors is synced with the Health Mate app over WiFi. Based on the data, the app assigns a sleep score to the user which might help them improve their sleep habits over time. The sensor also helps to track those snores which are the pain in the ear for other people during the night.
Nokia Sleep pad is expected to release in the market in the first quarter of 2018 with a price tag of $99.
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