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    Amazon wants to use its own Soli-like radar tech to monitor your sleep

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    According to a request filed with the FCC, Amazon might be prepping to follow Google’s footsteps with its Echo smart displays.

    Bloomberg first spotted the request, which recently granted Amazon permission to utilize “Radar Sensors” in unnamed devices to enable touchless controls “by capturing motion in a three-dimensional space.” This would work similarly to how Google implemented its Soli technology in the Pixel 4 with Motion Sense.

    The file also mentions that Amazon’s “Radar Sensors” would be used for sleep tracking and could “improve awareness and management of sleep hygiene, which in turn could produce significant health benefits for many Americans.” This closely follows the recent launch of the Nest Hub (2nd Gen), which is Google’s first smart display to feature the company’s Soli tech. Google uses its radar tech to track sleep and detect ambient light that could disturb one’s sleep.

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    There’s no mention of a device that would utilize the new tech, but the document approves Amazon to use its sensors in “non-mobile devices.” This might indicate that the company plans to include sensors in future versions of the best Amazon Echo Show displays.

    The document highlights the benefits of using such radar tech in devices, referencing a previous waiver granted to Google for Project Soli.

    The ability to recognize users’ touchless hand gestures to control a device . . . could help people with mobility,
    speech, or tactile impairments, which in turn could lead to higher productivity and quality of life for many members of the American public.

    Amazon was not immediately available to comment.

    Some of Amazon’s smart displays already feature impressive object tracking cameras. The new Amazon Echo Show 10 (3rd Gen) has a display that swivels around the body of the device to follow the user. Adding a radar sensor could greatly improve functions like this on Amazon’s future displays with more precise detection and greater privacy.

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