8. Go2Sleep: AI-powered device for restful sleep
Total funds raised: $61,816 (213% of goal)
Ended: Jan. 20
Go2Sleep is a non-invasive, cost-effective device that helps screen and improve sleep apnea. The device, created by San Francisco–based SleepOn, is a home sleep test device that is used for monitoring sleep and evaluating obstructive sleep apnea.
The device is used to classify the severity of sleep apnea and is useful in determining the best treatment options, according to the company. It tracks a set of indicators during sleep and offers a lifetime of free sleep reports with its accompanying smartphone app.
Go2Sleep gives accurate reports of sleep quality and severity of sleep apnea. Data on the app gives users a sleep score and shows sleep efficiency, sleep stage and sleep cycles, blood oxygen saturation, sleep debt, resting heart rate and sleep apnea.
There are three easy steps to using the Go2Sleep device. First, a user puts the device on their finger like a ring before going to sleep. Then, they take it off when they wake up and open the mobile app to check their report.
The device has medical device benchmarking, according to SleepOn. It has 660 nm and 940nm dual wavelength reflective PPG that is used to detect finger artery capillaries with a sampling rate of 50Hz and a calibration range of 70–100%. It also features a haptic alert when a user experiences low blood oxygen saturation and information to help improve sleep apnea.
SleepOn offers different kits with the device to help treat mild to moderate cases of Sleep Apnea.