Autonomous monitoring of astronauts is essential for future long-duration space flight to inform medical decisions, to help astronauts maintain their health and well-being, and to shed light on the effect of deep-space missions on human physiology.
A new shirt worn by astronauts, called the Bio-Monitor, will provide various measurements including cardiovascular and respiratory activity. Be the first to use the physiological data from the Bio-Monitor in order to produce an algorithm that can identify the monitored activities. Think of how you would use your own Bio-Monitor data to improve your life!
Resources: Canadian Space Agency provided astronaut data that have used the bio-monitor in various activities.
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