Mintal Tracker, a sleep tracking app driven by artificial intelligence (AI) technology that offers a scientific approach to healthier sleep, was named as a winner of this year’s iF DESIGN AWARD. Mintal Tracker won in the Solution for Sleep Disorders discipline in the Healthcare and Wellness and Service Design categories.
Mintal Tracker utilizes an AI algorithm to detect signs of sleep apnea, snoring, sleep talking and more, and provides an in-depth sleep report to improve users’ sleep quality with no wearable device needed. The app has achieved a 95% success rate for detecting sleep disorders and also maintains a 92% accuracy rate for assessing the user’s sleep apnea risk, offering a starting point for further medical diagnosis.
“We are honored to be recognized for Mintal Tracker’s design and user experience. Unlike expensive and complicated sleep monitoring methods that rely on invasive medical devices, Mintal Tracker offers affordable, simplified options for sleep monitoring through mobile phones and smart watches,” said Tiffany Zhang, product lead of Mintal. “Mintal Tracker allows users to visually understand their sleep cycle, sleep environment, and possible sleep disorders through sleep curve graphs, sleep recordings, vivid personalized avatar animations and ambient scene animations that help improve overall sleeping habits.”
In addition, the app gives users access to hundreds of sleep aid resources, a library of 500+ audio and video content tracks, an AI-generated art feature to draw their dreams and more.
With a 133-member jury, made up of independent experts from around the world, the iF DESIGN AWARD selected Mintal from 11,000 submitted entries from 56 different countries. Each year, the world’s oldest independent design organization, Hannover-based iF International Forum Design GmbH, organizes the iF DESIGN AWARD.
SOURCE: PR Newswire