Date of Award
Santa Clara : Santa Clara University, 2023.
Computer Science and Engineering; Bioengineering
With 70 million Americans suffering from chronic sleep disorders and only 7500 board-certified sleep physicians, a clear logistical problem exists that technological solutions may be able to address. The proliferation of IoT devices in homes and on our person presents a unique opportunity to improve sleep quality by leveraging the data they produce, and the control they provide to us over our everyday lives. DreamTemp is a platform for sleep monitoring and improvement that aims to improve an individual’s quality of sleep by dynamically adjusting the room temperature based on the user’s sleep cycle using a smart wearable and thermostat. Through future studies that will investigate the effectiveness of our system in improving sleep quality, we hope to improve the health and quality of life of the population.
Lim, Michelle; Pedersen, Kyle; and Cockrum, Will, "DreamTemp: A Platform For Sleep Monitoring and Improvement" (2023). Interdisciplinary Design Senior Theses. 90.