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Airing, Inc.

Airing, Inc.

The World’s First Maskless, Hoseless, Cordless Micro-CPAP Device

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Company Overview

We are developing a micro-CPAP device that has no hoses, no cords, and no mask. We did it because too many people have sleep apnea, and too many of those don’t wear their CPAP masks (80% of CPAP users stop using it within one year). Airing intends to change that with a revolutionary design that will work as well as any other CPAP machine, and patients won't have to deal with cumbersome, uncomfortable masks.

100 million people worldwide--40 million of them in the US alone, suffer from sleep apnea creating a worldwide CPAP market that exceeds $6 Billion.

This largely untapped market (only 20% of OSA sufferers have been diagnosed) is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 17% through 2020. Market growth is also fueled by increased awareness of OSA by patients and caregivers; technical advancements in diagnostics and treatments; growing OSA population due to rise in obesity and aging population; and more government initiatives.

Another factor that is likely to fuel market growth is the healthcare cost burden of undiagnosed OSA. A recent report published by Frost& Sullivan determined that the annual cost of undiagnosed OSA is $149 billion.


Pitch Deck

Traction

  • $1,630,000 raised on Indiegogo from over 17,650 backers

    October, 2016
  • $100,000 Indiegogo goal was reached within 2 hours

    June, 2015
  • 21+ million views on the Daily Dot

    June, 2016
  • 8 million visitors to the Airing website

    May, 2016
  • 14 million views on Interesting Engineering

    August, 2016
  • 120,000 followers on Facebook

    October, 2016
  • 190,000 validated email subscribers

    May, 2016

Testimonials

Dr. Geoffrey Gilmartin
Dr. Geoffrey Gilmartin
Pulmonary, Clinical Care and Sleep Physician,
"The work at Airing represents the pursuit of disruptive innovation that could very rapidly change the way sleep disordered breathing is treated."
Dr. Jeffrey Bass
Dr. Jeffrey Bass
Brigham and Women's Hospital
"I think it's going to be wonderful for people. For the first time we have a treatment that patients will be willing to use. I think Airing will have a tremendous impact."
Dr. Michael J. Cima
Dr. Michael J. Cima
Chair of Engineering at MIT
"I get excited about working on important clinical problems where patients benefit. Airing is innovating to address the most important issue from the patient perspective in CPAP therapy; patient comfort."
Dr. Seth Blitzer
Dr. Seth Blitzer
Clinical Assistant Professor, Penn Dental Me
"As a dentist who treats osa, I hear from countless patients that they abandoned their CPAP devices. The recurring theme is: “Doc, I know I need it but that thing is miserable to wear. I get caught up on the hoses. The mask is so very tight and uncomfortable. I can't sleep in any other position but my back when I wear the darn thing...God forbid you have to get up to pee in the middle of the night." The end result is the CPAP device which patients know they need to wear is abandoned... We need Airing!"
Facebook Post
Facebook Post
Airing Follower
"Some of us truly feel like we are slowly dying while waiting for a product such as this. It's hell on this earth to try and function and produce in the rat race that life can sometimes be, while the ignorant among us blithely take good sleep for granted. Whatever you can do to release us from this torture, sooner rather than later, please do it!”"
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