Who We Are
Sommetrics is focused on improving health and well-being by optimizing sleep quality. Using our proprietary aer+ technology, our initial focus is on developing solutions for disorders related to the narrowing of the airway during sleep, such as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and chronic snoring. Our technology, which is utilized in our FDA-cleared and CE-marked acute care product, will allow us to provide solutions to treat these disorders in a more effective and comfortable way than current products – serving a broader market. As we move forward, we will expand our products and services to help improve the quality of sleep for everyone.
of the adult population have obstructive sleep apnea.
of the adult population snore habitually, but do not have obstructive sleep apnea.
of obstructive sleep apnea cases are undiagnosed.
Recent Press Releases
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — September 12, 2017 — Smiths Medical, a leading global medical device manufacturer, today announced a distribution partnership with Sommetrics, a company that develops products and services to treat airway problems that arise during medical procedures and during sleep. As part of the partnership, Smiths Medical will distribute Sommetrics’ new and innovative aerFree™ Airway Management System (AMS), the first FDA-cleared external negative pressure aid that maintains a patent upper airway during mild to moderate sedation.read more
Sommetrics Expands Board of Directors and Management Team to Prepare for Canadian Launch of New Sleep Apnea Therapy
SAN DIEGO, Calif. — July 18, 2017 — Sommetrics, a company providing products and services to improve sleep quality, today announced the addition of Wally McCloskey to its board of directors and the appointment of Corbet “Cory” Lancaster as senior vice president of finance. Both seasoned executives bring with them unique skillsets and creative initiatives to aid in accelerating Sommetrics’ growth as a leader in the sleep quality space.read more
Recent aerBlog Posts
Most of us recognize that sleep is of some importance, though there is still a large group of people who think, like Edison, that it is a waste of time, or Margaret Thatcher, that it is for wimps. However, we need to realize that if we live to age 90, which is more...read more
Earlier this year, the Huffington Post teamed up with Parade magazine to find out how many Americans are sleep deprived. Based on 15,000 survey responses, the results indicated more than 95 percent of responders wished they got more sleep -- and more than a third of...read more
Quality sleep helps maintain mood, productivity, memory, and cognitive performance. Research shows sleep deprivation is associated with increased mortality, Alzheimer’s, obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, ulcerative colitis, and depression. Sleep plays...read more