Advanced Electronic Biosystem will collaborate on the Project @GEA – Analogous Exploration Group of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering of Sapienza University of Rome and CAI – Section of Rome for the study of manned long-term space exploration missions.

Analog missions are tests conducted in particular environments with analog astronauts to simulate certain conditions, situations and operations or parts of a real space mission. The new space exploration missions are facing the possibility of exploring the “lunar lava tubes” or the underground environments of Mars, thus requiring simulation missions conducted in an underground environment, or inside caves.

The team consists of:

  • 2 Researchers
  • 10 Speleology Instructors
  • 18 Students (10 boys and 8 girls)

One of the project objectives is precisely the possibility of collaborating on hands-on projects related to space exploration and the creation of scientific experiments to be performed during the mission, and we at Advanced Electronic Biosystem have decided to give our support in order to bring complete this research process.

We will make the Easy Temp devices available to the GEA Project for continuous and remote monitoring of body temperature, as it is one of the fundamental parameters for safety and the success of the mission.

We need, today more than ever, innovation and progress, in what will undoubtedly be the opportunities that will create our future.

We really want to thank LazioInnova for this meeting with the guys from the La Sapienza University of Rome, and we wish all the participants in this great project a huge good luck.