- San Francisco, California
- WakeMate is an electronic device that records users' sleep data and sounds within the 20-minute window prior to the set alarm time.
- Tom Davis, Craig Lewiston, Greg Nemeth
- iOS, Hardware, Software, Mobile
WakeMate makes personalized alarm clocks that sync with both a user's body and their cell phone, enabling the iPhone alarm system to sound at the end of a REM cycle.
The application/ wristband system also provides a full sleep analysis on their Analytics Platform.
The WakeMate uses a science called actigraphy to analyze your sleep. Actigraphy uses an actigraph (the WakeMate unit) placed on a subjectâ€™s wrist to monitor the motion. The motion data is then analyzed to determine sleep patterns and circadian rhythms of the subject.
WakeMate was funded by the startup incubator Y Combinator.
Funding Rounds (3) - undisclosedUpdate
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San Francisco, California