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Resmed MyAir
#1
Decided to start a thread on this new cloud-based feature of Resmed

Does anyone know when Resmed MyAir will be available?

Website still says : Coming Soon
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#2
Good question! I had not known the name of the upcoming web/cloud based program. I signed up for updates on the Resmed MyAir. Guess we will find out.

I used to work for high tech and software companies and I am not surprised they are running late. One company I worked for was working long and hard on Version 8.0; it was late being released so the competition started calling it "Late.0" instead of "8.0".
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(10-06-2014, 10:39 AM)guitardrums Wrote: Decided to start a thread on this new cloud-based feature of Resmed

Does anyone know when Resmed MyAir will be available?

Website still says : Coming Soon
Only Summary data (compliance data) transmitted via AirView
Detailed data and flow data only stored on the SD card and can be viewed on ResScan
ResScan 5.1 support the new AirSense 10, you can download it for free and check your own data on your computer without having the data stored on AirView/cloud for everyone to see

Welcome to the forum, you might want to post this type of thread in the main forum where the action is and get the attention it deserve
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#4
Moved the thread to the Main Forum where it belongs.
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#5
Thanks for the replies and assistance, still a newbie..

I have to say Resmed's data service branding strategy is all over the place :

ResScan, MyAir, AirView, WakeUpToSleep, SleepSeeker

What is what ?
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(10-07-2014, 09:36 AM)guitardrums Wrote: Thanks for the replies and assistance, still a newbie..

I have to say Resmed's data service branding strategy is all over the place :

ResScan, MyAir, AirView, WakeUpToSleep, SleepSeeker

What is what ?
"ResScan" is ResMed's clinician level software. It uses downloaded patient data for analysis/review by technicians and sleep doctors. Its compatibility with ResMed machines can be found elsewhere in this forum. Although I have never actually seen it, I think it contains graphs among other things related to a patient's sleep characteristics. "AirView" is the successor to ResScan. "MyAir" is an online simplified display designed for the non-technical who want a simple indication of their sleep performance. It may be focused on the newer S10 [AirSense] models, but may not be limited to that. It is similar to Respironic's "Sleepmapper". "SleepSeeker" is the predecessor to "MyAir" and works with ResMed S9 and perhaps earlier models. I don't have any information about "WakeUpToSleep". "SleepyHead" is very comprehensive and free downloadable software for patient use and is available online. It has many features, among them graphs for those who want more visibility of their sleep performance which compares well to the clinician level of software. This software is compatible with many different ResMed and Respironics models. You can probably find a link for it by searching this forum. --Azor
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#7
Hi Guitardrums,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Best of luck to you with your CPAP therapy.
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(11-11-2014, 10:57 PM)Azor Wrote:
(10-07-2014, 09:36 AM)guitardrums Wrote: Thanks for the replies and assistance, still a newbie..

I have to say Resmed's data service branding strategy is all over the place :

ResScan, MyAir, AirView, WakeUpToSleep, SleepSeeker

What is what ?
"ResScan" is ResMed's clinician level software. It uses downloaded patient data for analysis/review by technicians and sleep doctors. Its compatibility with ResMed machines can be found elsewhere in this forum. Although I have never actually seen it, I think it contains graphs among other things related to a patient's sleep characteristics. "AirView" is the successor to ResScan. "MyAir" is an online simplified display designed for the non-technical who want a simple indication of their sleep performance. It may be focused on the newer S10 [AirSense] models, but may not be limited to that. It is similar to Respironic's "Sleepmapper". "SleepSeeker" is the predecessor to "MyAir" and works with ResMed S9 and perhaps earlier models. I don't have any information about "WakeUpToSleep". "SleepyHead" is very comprehensive and free downloadable software for patient use and is available online. It has many features, among them graphs for those who want more visibility of their sleep performance which compares well to the clinician level of software. This software is compatible with many different ResMed and Respironics models. You can probably find a link for it by searching this forum. --Azor
Hi Azor,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Much success to you with your CPAP therapy.
trish6hundred
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#9
More than likely, MyAir will be mostly based on compliance/time used and filter schedule than actually anything useful.
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#10
I think myAir is already available in the U.S. But you have to register at myair.resmed.com first. I registered mine but my machine cannot transmit data because I live outside the U.S.
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