SleepX signed a new commercialization agreement for two new patents. The SleepX PRO solution is designed to diagnose sleep apnea using only a smartphone.
GAN YAVNE, ISRAEL, May 16, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — AppYea (OTC: APYP) announced that its subsidiary SleepX, which focuses on the development of accurate wearable monitoring solutions to treat sleep apnea and snoring – has signed new commercialization agreement for two additional patents by Ben-Gurion University.
The new patented technology enables the innovative detection of sleep apnea and hypopnea through speech analysis using only a smartphone and with no physical contact. This is compared to traditional technologies that use physical sensors to detect apnea in overnight sleep labs.
“In recent years we see a growing number of major players taking development efforts in the field of sleep monitoring and sleep apnea”, said Boris (Bary) Molchadsky, chairman & CEO of AppYea. “We are developing our own products that cater to this market while increasing our patent portfolio and examining synergistic technologies as part of our strategy to become a leading player in the sleep health market while also offering licensing agreements for leading smartphone manufacturers.”
SleepX is a research and development company recently acquired by AppYea. The company had developed a unique product for monitoring and treating sleep apnea and snoring. The technology is protected by several international patents and the company plans to start serial production in 2022. SleepX focuses its activities on the development and commercialization of its flagship product SleepX PRO solution which is designed to diagnose sleep apnea using only a smartphone and with no physical contact.
The company recently announced that it has applied to the Helsinki Committee for approval to begin its planned clinical trial on the SleepX PRO application. This trial is intended to take place at a hospital sleep lab as the first step toward applying for an FDA approval under the first-of-its-kind medical device category for “contactless detection of sleep apnea to be performed through the Artificial Intelligence (AI) analysis of breathing during sleep”.
As far as SleepX is aware, the global sleep apnea devices market size is valued at USD 3.7 billion as of 2020 with a 6.2% CAGR, reaching USD 6.1 billion by 2028, according to Grand View Research’s report.
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