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Jiaxing-made intelligent beds for Winter Olympics go viral

chinadaily.com.cn| Updated: February 7, 2022 L M S


American luge athlete Summer Britcher shares a video on Keeson-made intelligent beds on social media. [Photo/cnjxol.com]

Intelligent beds made by Jiaxing-based Keeson Technology Corp Ltd have been well-received by athletes of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics ever since they arrived at the Beijing Winter Olympics villages.

American luge athlete Summer Britcher recently shared a video on social media praising the intelligent beds.

"I have something incredible to share. Not only do we not have cardboard beds here, but it's as if the Beijing organizing committee said, 'how can we just absolutely one-up Tokyo?'" Britcher said in the video.

Britcher demonstrated how to operate the beds in the video. The intelligent bed offers various modes for resting, including a zero-gravity mode which raises the legs to the same height as the heart for relaxing.


A Keeson-made intelligent bed is seen at the Beijing Winter Olympics village. [Photo/cnjxol.com]

The intelligent beds can function as an alarm clock to awaken athletes at a set time by lowering or raising, and they can also ease snoring by adjusting the height of the user's head.

According to Tang Guohai, president of Keeson, the company has offered up 6,000 such intelligent beds for Winter Olympics and has also dispatched 12 employees to serve at the Games until April.

In addition, Keeson has provided 20 rest compartments for journalists to ensure they can sleep soundly during the stress of the Winter Olympics.

Founded in 2005, Keeson is capable of manufacturing 2 million sets of intelligent beds each year. It has established subsidiaries in North America, Europe, and Asia and exports its products to 48 countries.