Endel, pioneers in AI-powered wellbeing, and SleepScore Labs, have announced their partnership to radically improve how we sleep. Within this strategic collaboration, SleepScore Labs’ Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Roy Raymann and his team of scientists collaborated with Endel to maximize the effect of its functional soundscapes. Formerly Apple’s ‘Sleep Czar’ who helped develop sleep features on iOS devices, such as Night Shift and Bedtime, Dr. Raymann will guide Endel’s team in the field of sleep studies and will support the development of new soundscapes by applying both theoretical and empirical findings.
Endel’s Sleep soundscape is personalized and adaptive in line with a user’s day-night rhythm and instant conditions like location, natural light exposure, movement, and heart-rate. It utilizes the best psychoacoustic knowledge and practices, which impact sleep quality and covers the whole spectrum of sleep-centered needs:
• Helps the mind and body turn off wakefulness and tune into sleep naturally
• Promotes longer time in deep sleep — considered the most restorative sleep stage of all
• Eases waking up and gives the feeling of being recharged and energized
As a result, Endel users start the day full of energy and ready to go. Endel’s other soundscapes, Focus, Relax, and On-the-Go, support wellbeing throughout the daytime.
As the only end-to-end sleep science company, SleepScore Labs leads the industry with its ecosystem of offerings, including data insights, product evaluation tools, and technology licensing opportunities for companies developing products and solutions in the sleep industry. The partnership boosts Endel’s AI with SleepScore Labs’ research and expertise to produce the most efficient sleep sound technology on the market via Endel’s Sleep soundscape available in all Endel’s apps (iOS, macOS, Android, Alexa Skill, Apple Watch) starting today.
In celebration, Dr. Raymann will also be leading a weekly series of science-backed recommendations for good sleep that kicks off today in Endel’s mobile apps and social profiles. The recommendations are based on a holistic approach to sleep health that includes diet, physical activity, walks, and mindfulness practices.