Uploaded on November 2, 2018
Bio-Monitor to launch to the International Space Station
2018-11-02 - Bio-Monitor is a “smart shirt” system designed to continuously monitor astronauts’ vital signs without interfering with their daily activities.
The Canadian Space Agency has awarded a contract to Carré Technologies to support the use of Bio-Monitor in space.
The new Canadian health technology is scheduled to make its debut aboard the International Space Station in December 2018.
(Credit: Canadian Space Agency)
The International Space Station is a lab orbiting Earth.
David Saint-Jacques will be the next Canadian astronaut to live on the Station.
He’ll test a new Canadian health technology.
Bio-Monitor is a smart shirt system that monitors vital signs.
It will help keep an eye on astronauts’ health and support future Canadian science.
The Canadian Space Agency has issued a contract for $672,000 to Carré Technologies, supporting the use of Bio-Monitor in space.
At any given time, there are about 300 experiments taking place on the Station.
Science in space reveals clues about health conditions that affect us all.
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