Friday, September 30, 2016

Sleep Tracking Wearables, Apps And Investment Heating Up, Says Panel

Harry Wang of Parks Associates said the idea of sleep wearables was a “tall order,” but the industry has a huge growth potential.
The sleep summit, which included discussions on data-driven opportunities that leverage what’s known about human behavior thus far, covered not just how people sleep, but where they are sleeping.

From the article "Sleep Tracking Wearables, Apps And Investment Heating Up, Says Panel" by Heather Mack.

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