The firm plans to partner with sports rehab facility, Traditional Chinese Medicine parlor, retail drugstore, internet hospital and meditation studio, to deploy the sleep monitors.
Also on display at the "Summer Davos" were other BMI-related research results, especially AI-powered assistive medicine, which scientists said is already applied in a number of hospitals.
According to data released by MedTech, China had close to 130 million people stricken with brain disease in 2021. Among them more than 2 million were autistic children under 12 years of age. The population of victims with depression numbered over 50 million.
This compares favorably with traditional invasive or non-invasive BMIs, as it allows for increased safety and signal recognition while reducing the risks of inflammation and rejection, the report said.
Yin said the coveted iF and Red Dot accolades came after the device had obtained a license on March 8 from the National Medical Products Administration, necessary for the firm to legally sell its products.
Sleep disorder has become increasingly common among the Chinese population. According to a study on deep sleep of Chinese citizens in 2020, 38.3% suffered from sleep problems, with over 300 million people battling insomnia.