Replace or augment traditional and subjective sleep assessment tools with continuous, objective 24-hour sleep/wake data collected from the participant’s own home.
Objective, Reliable In-Home Sleep Assessment
ActiGraph’s innovative actigraphy monitoring system delivers 24-hour, real-world information about sleep/wake behavior, circadian rhythms, and daytime physical activity. With its ability to capture high quality continuous actigraphy data for weeks at a time, the ActiGraph system is a cost-effective and noninvasive in-home solution that offers a level of accuracy and reliability that cannot be achieved through subjective patient reports.
Proven, Real-World Sleep Measures
ActiGraph wearable devices provide a low-burden and remote approach to objectively quantify people’s sleep in their real life, often revealing meaningful insights that might not be available with polysomnography or self-report data. Our platform has been used to measure sleep endpoints in hundreds of population health studies and industry-sponsored clinical trials across a broad range of therapeutic areas.
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Transparent Algorithms, Future-Proof Data
ActiGraph’s fully transparent system relies on proven, open-source algorithms developed by the scientific community to generate meaningful, reliable measures. Full access to “future-proof” raw sensor data means that new and more sophisticated sleep algorithms and analysis techniques can be applied to collected data as they emerge.
Appearing in more than 20,000 published scientific papers to date, ActiGraph is the most experienced and widely used actigraphy monitoring system in the world. Collecting your study data with ActiGraph solutions ensures comparability to benchmark population data from numerous large scale epidemiology studies conducted around the world, including the U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), the Raine Study, the Women’s Health Study, and the NAKO German National Cohort Study.
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