Illinois Wesleyan University senior Niyant Vora has developed a wireless home sleep test, reports his university.

The inspiration for Vora’s idea came from his grandfather who, in the early 1980s, suffered an unidentified brain trauma which led to an array of health complications, including narcolepsy, a condition which causes the person to randomly fall asleep.

“And so I was thinking, it would have been helpful if we could have known what was actually going on with him,” Vora said. “So I thought, ‘Let me see if I can do something about that, maybe help someone else who might be struggling.’”