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Jiaxing company: Supplier of 2022 Winter Olympics

chinadaily.com.cn| Updated : Mar 15, 2021

Jiaxing-Based Keeson Technology Co recently signed an agreement with the organizing committee of the 2022 Winter Olympics to be its supplier of intelligent beds, local media reported on March 13.

According to the agreement, Keeson will provide intelligent beds and supporting services to the Winter Olympics village in downtown Beijing, Beijing's Yanqing district, and Zhangjiakou city in Hebei province.

"Don't underestimate beds, for they have many tricks up their sleeves," said the director of Keeson's production department.

According to the director, Keeson's softide series of beds is equipped with super-sensitive sensors that can accurately perceive body vibration and help users learn about their sleeping habits and improve their sleep quality.

"Intelligent beds can improve quality of sleep for athletes and their coaches and keep them in peak condition during fierce competitions," noted Liu Chunjie, brand director of Keeson.

The first phase of Keeson was founded in 2005 and occupies an area of 15.2 hectares. It is capable of manufacturing 2 million sets of intelligent beds each year. Keeson has established subsidiaries in North America, Europe, and Asia and exports its products to 48 countries.

Market recognition is highly correlated with a product's quality, and Keeson currently has a research and development team of more than 300 researchers dedicated to mastering core technologies.

Keeson has obtained 419 patents at home and abroad, including ones for electric beds, physiological signal detection sensors, and big data analysis.

In addition, Keeson-made intelligent beds have been shortlisted for the promotional directory of products and services for the elderly in China, which is compiled by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Ministry of Civil Affairs, and the National Health Commission.

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Jiaxing-Based Keeson Technology Co is set to supply beds for villages during the 2022 Winter Olympics. [Photo/WeChat account: jxfabu]