After the first day we have decided what devices will be in the space suit and have created a slide show to present. On the second day we will be working on new ways to creatively visualise our ideas.
When putting humans on Mars the most important thing is keeping our astronauts safe. Our idea for this is a new revolutionised, portable life support system. We want to be able to take real time readings of astronauts, heart rate, breathing rate and blood pressure. All of these readings could be measured and relayed to a sort of hub which will be constantly monitoring these vitals in each astronaut. If a vital goes below a critical level, e.g. the blood pressure readings of an astronaut drops to a level where he or she would no longer be conscious. This hub could then register this occurrence and relay it to the unconscious astronauts team members alerting them with a sort of warning message briefly outlining the medical problem and their location in relevance to the astronaut needing assistance.
SpaceApps is a NASA incubator innovation program.