As hotels invest in wellness, the maker of the AI-powered Restorative Bed™ provides a unique proposition to hotels for personalizing the guest sleep experience and scaling wellness to every guest room.
Breakthrough sleep technology set to power the global sleep industry through strategic license relationships
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$24M Series A closed January 2021 led by ARCHina Capital Partners. Amy Huang joins board. Valuation not disclosed
Total raised to date: $29M
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From The London West Hollywood to the Park Terrace New York City and other boutiques across the U.S., tech executives, celebrities and TikTok stars have been secretly snapping up this $8,000 bed after experiencing it in five star sleep suites.
"...Think bigger than “just” the bed itself, and really consider it as the centerpiece of a connected platform with AI at the core, something that could finally offer active sleep improvement in a way never previously thought possible."
The Restorative Bed™ by Bryte allows guests to personalize their mattress by customizing firmness and temperature through a bedside tablet.
Bryte is now engaged with multiple global mattress manufacturers, and funding will go towards R&D and expansion across markets and price points.
“We believe that the Bryte platform will accelerate the restorative sleep tech revolution for the entire $432 billion sleep industry,” Huang said. “Bryte is poised to become the android of sleep.”
“Bryte is poised to become the Android of sleep.”
The company recently launched a platform to license and deliver its patented sleep technology to global mattress manufacturers.
Offering guests a good night’s sleep is the hotelier’s holy grail. Technology may finally make it possible thanks in part to Bryte, the creator of an advanced AI-connected, robotics-powered bed.
Inspirato founder Brad Handler has also invested in Bryte, having partnered with the tech firm. Other partners include Auberge Hotels, Carillon Miami, and The London West Hollywood at Beverley Hills, to offer Bryte Restorative Beds for guests.
Bryte doesn’t want to become another direct to consumer brand, but rather the underlying technology in some of the best mattresses.
Carillon aims to be a leader in wellness... “We've added Bryte beds to see how people will react. These digital beds... will be a game-changer in how we deliver service."
Sleep tech company Bryte introduced a smart mattress that learns from data measured by internal sensors as well as feedback provided by the user until it can improve sleep by adjusting its temperature, support and surrounding light in real-time.
"Blending comfort and high-tech wizardry, the bed is designed to improve restorative sleep"
Noting the importance of sleep, The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills and Silicon Valley’s Bryte created The Restorative Sleep Experience in seven of the hotel’s London One Bedroom Suites.
Bryte has collaborated with sleep scientists to develop The Restorative Bed, a purpose-built mattress to improve and optimise restorative sleep using built-in sensors which monitor heart rate, temperature, respiratory rate and motion.
...innovators such as Bryte have incorporated “empathetic” technology that uses biometrics to modify the temperature and firmness of its mattress to dynamically improve a user’s sleep
The first smart bed that combines artificial intelligence technology with the latest sleep science. The BRYTE Bed has been designed with guidance from internationally recognized sleep scientist, Dr. Matt Walker.