Italian mattress maker Magniflex, with U.S. headquarters in Miami, has introduced patent-pending Magni Smartech, an integrated sleep system that records and analyzes data about users and their sleep environment.
A network of sensors in the bed’s cushion layer registers wake-up times, hours slept, average heart rate, respiration, body movement, bedroom noise level and brightness, and more. A control unit aggregates the data and shares it with users via a downloaded smartphone app or a web browser.
Meant to work in conjunction with a split adjustable base, the Magni Smartech app allows for advanced programing of the base and has an anti-snore function that automatically raises the head of the snoring partner until the snoring stops. A split queen retails for about $17,000.