3 Customatic This summer, Customatic Technologies is launching a proprietary voice control system that will provide an entirely new spectrum of voice command capabilities. Partnering with one of the largest healthcare companies in the nation to create a highly advanced sys- tem in its Voice Command Module, the new device can integrate with Alexa and Google Home or be operated using a phone app. But what really sets this tool apart is a third op- tion: the new technology also allows commu- nication to flow directly to the bed, ensuring a safe interface that keeps conversations pri- vate. Eliminating the need for a Wi-Fi connec- tion, this third option allows the customer to take the product straight out of the box and plug it directly into the bed for immediate use. By making this technology much less com- plicated and easier to use, Customatic is not just targeting younger generations but en- suring that it is also accessible to an elderly population that may want a more streamlined experience and who may even benefit from voice command capabilities the most. For re- tailers looking to floor and sell this product, demonstrations will be key but the benefits are clear—Customatic’s latest tech tool offers a simpler way to live and sleep.

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Malouf’s premium adjustable bed bases utilize the Malouf Base app with voice control com- mand capability to support customers looking to personalize their sleep experience with fea- tures like Snore Detection and Partner Control. Available with iOS and Apple Watch compati- bility, Malouf’s in-house team combined innova- tive technology with award-winning design to create an app that helps consumers maximize the health benefits of an adjustable base. In ad- dition to snore detection, the app also allows for completely customized Siri shortcuts to auto- mate tasks and provide hands-free adjustment of the base. Partner Control is a premium fea- ture that allows customers to manage multiple bed bases from a single device. Because there are so many features and benefits offered in Malouf’s latest technology, focusing on the personalization that app inte- gration offers helps RSAs convert a young- er demographic. The broadest and simplest benefit to promote is convenience. With voice command, customers do not have to worry about losing their remotes or remembering their preferred sleep position. Supporting the shift toward wellness within the industry, Ma- louf’s completely free app allows customers to tailor their sleep experience to their unique needs. In an attempt to continue optimizing the sleep environment, Malouf plans to enable its premium bases with Wi-Fi to connect not only the base commands but also lights, blinds and TVs with Google Home or Alexa.

5 Ergomotion Ergomotion’s offline voice-activated control system gives customers all the comfort they could ask for—one hands-free command at a time. Rather than offering compatibility with an app or smart home products, the Hel- lo Ergo voice command system provides a straightforward menu of more than two-doz- en factory preset commands that are avail- able exclusively on the Quest 2.5 adjustable bed base. Users have the flexibility to person- alize their sleep experience by programming their favorite positions for lounging, screen time and more. Ergomotion understands the importance of convenience and how bringing value to wellness-minded consumers can be supported with voice command capabilities. The convenience of Ergomotion’s Quest 2.5 bed base comes from the hands-free tech- nologies, allowing the user to perform numer- ous tasks at once while in bed. As technology continues to evolve, Ergomotion will continue to dive deeper into smart home connectivity to create greater product efficiencies from the comfort of the user’s bed.


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