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Fullpower helps Tempur with smart sleep products

Steve Rogerson
August 22, 2019

Kentucky-based mattress company Tempur Sealy is working with Fullpower Technologies to use artificial intelligence (AI) to improve the sleeping experience.
"When selecting a technology partner we evaluated all existing options and Fullpower has a clearly superior platform," said Scott Thompson, Tempur Sealy president and CEO. "We also share a common vision to radically improve customers' sleep experiences through continued innovation."
Through this partnership, Tempur-Pedic recently unveiled the Tempur-Ergo Smart Base Collection powered by Sleeptracker AI. The Sleeptracker technology platform is designed and operated by Fullpower. Combined with adaptable Tempur-Pedic mattresses, the Tempur-Ergo Smart Base powered by Sleeptracker AI creates a completely integrated system with personalised sleep analytics and coaching, plus a responsive foundation that can automatically respond to snoring and may help people sleep more comfortably.
"Tempur Sealy is the best bedding company on the planet," said Philippe Kahn, chairman of California-based Fullpower Technologies. "Together, we aim to improve lives through better, smarter sleep."
Tempur Sealy develops, manufactures and markets mattresses, foundations, pillows and other products. These products are sold worldwide through third party retailers, its own stores and online. The portfolio includes many recognised brands in the industry, including Tempur, Tempur-Pedic, Sealy featuring posturepedic technology, and Stearns & Foster. The world headquarters for Tempur Sealy is in Lexington, Kentucky.
Fullpower designs, develops and operates a complete platform for hybrid edge and cloud AI, algorithms, big data, and predictive analytics, together with end-to-end engineering services. The company's platform is backed by a portfolio of more than 125 patents. The company's key areas of expertise are bio-sensing, non-invasive PSG-level sleep technology. Its markets are in medical, clinical trials, smart homes and wearables.