A sleep tech firm has launched an AI mattress that can readjust to ensure the user is in the most comfortable position throughout the night. Called Emma Motion, the bed uses 360 motion sensors to detect even the smallest amount of pressure and reacts by moulding to the sleeper’s body. Emma Motion works for anyone regardless of how much they toss and turn to provide ‘maximum comfort and ultimate ergonomics’ and also features a heat-conducting sleep that keeps users cool. The mattress has been launched in France and Belgium this month for 2,499 euros (about £2,200) and will be released in the UK later this year. Scroll down for video The world’s most advanced smart mattress has been launched by sleep tech brand Emma, set to help address sleep problems The smart mattress has been created by German sleep tech brand Emma. ‘Our mission at Emma is to help improve people’s lives by changing the way that they sleep, as more and more studies show just how much sleep impacts our overall health,’ said Manuel Mueller, CEO at Emma. ‘We invest heavily in researching and developing products which help people sleep smarter, and this means that the technology in the Emma… Read full this story
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