Wolfhausen, May 2, 2019 – The patented, innovative sleep solution Tecciō.science is based on the advanced development of multi-dynamic foams combined with hardware and software. It influences sleep through individually selectable, dynamic hardness changes. Controlled by an app, changes are very smooth and are made continuously. This forms the basis for the sleeping experience of the future.
Today, the goal is to deliver maximum performance in every life situation, and to optimize your own performance. This often results in burn-out caused by stress. To prevent this, restorative sleep is of great value, if not indeed of paramount importance. The rise in the use of sleep trackers such as smart watches, sensors, or apps demonstrates that consumers are becoming more aware of this issue. In fact, the innovative Tecciō.science sleep solution takes that one step further. Instead of simply monitoring sleep, it optimizes it for you.
Comfort Foam and Digital Technology
The brand-new Tecciō.science sleeping system was developed jointly by Dow, FoamPartner, and Variowell Development. It unites the cumulative expertise of these companies on the subject of restorative sleep with a combination of multi-dynamic premium luxury foam materials and digital technology. The name for this intelligent sleeping solution is derived from the Japanese word Tekiō, which translates as “adaptation”. Tecciō.science is designed to influence sleep in a positive manner to enhance regeneration and through that, to improve the quality of life of consumers.
Use of the Thermodynamic Properties to Modify Firmness Settings
Tecciō.science combines multi-dynamic foams and an electronic low-voltage control unit that is regulated by an app. This is connected to the mattress via Bluetooth. The thermodynamic properties of the foam materials make them ideal for changes in their firmness setting. The foam elements are installed directly in the mattress and are therefore a natural component of the sleeping system – there is no need for additional pumps or other moving parts. Externally, the Tecciō.science mattress is no different from conventional mattresses and it can be integrated into an existing bed system without any problem.
Innovative and Distinctively Individual
Tecciō.science lays the groundwork for a distinctively individual, innovative experience of sleep – one that goes far beyond the classic ergonomic properties of mattresses. This opens up entirely new possibilities for companies that make mattresses. The multi-dynamic elements are easy to install in the customer’s own mattress, and can be combined with a huge variety of foam materials. The software can also be extended, and programmed in accordance with customer wishes. This means that mattresses can be developed further, simply through the use of software updates – this creates new digital business models.
With Tecciō.science, the Following Comfort-Related Wishes Can be Implemented:
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