In the field of telemedicine, S.P.A.C.E is actively working on various innovative systems, with the aim of providing cutting-edge medical care not only remotely but also on-site, during space missions. We recognize the fundamental importance of these solutions to ensure the safety and well-being of astronauts on long-duration space journeys.

On-Site Health Monitoring
Our research integrates health monitoring devices into space suits, enabling real-time vital data collection (heart rate, blood pressure, oxygenation) for on-board analysis or Earth-based review.
Teleconsultation systems utilize high-definition video conferencing, remote diagnosis tools, and AI. This setup enables medical specialists on Earth to provide expert consultations to astronauts on missions.
Innovative solutions like augmented reality and AI assist astronauts in performing complex medical procedures independently, crucial for emergencies far from Earth.
Advanced robotics and physical astronaut models (mock-ups) enable Earth-based trial interventions. These procedures are then replicated on Mars by robots, enhancing remote medical intervention safety.