A Wareable news report indicates that Beddit has released an upgraded version of its sleep monitor, which it says is the first sensor to require no manual interaction from the user.
The upgraded Beddit Smart can automatically track your sleep, without having to be told when you’re in bed, which goes a long way to taking the fuss out of sleep tracking. What’s more, unlike wrist-based trackers such as the Misfit Shine, there’s no wearable element, which should mean a more comfortable night’s rest.
The Beddit sensor slips under the top sheet of your bed, and uses Bluetooth Low Energy to connect to your smartphone, which harvests the data. Beddit says that the Bluetooth connection will be made automatically when your smartphone is placed within range – although we will hold our opinions on that until we can fully test, as that sort of tech is notoriously flakey.