ISS Utilisation Exhibition

 The ISS Symposium 2012 was a unique occasion to share scientific research from the Space Station. A showcase of these results could be seen in the ‘ISS Utilisation Exhibition’ at the symposium.

The exhibit gave basic information on experiments conducted in the orbital outpost, leading to spin-offs for the benefit of people on Earth. Industry presented their state-of-the-art products and technologies based on Station research.

The exhibition was divided into five themes with examples of experiments and products for each theme:

  •  Non-invasive medical diagnostics: 3D Eye Tracking Device, HealthLab, ThermoLab, Electrical Impedance Tomography (EIT), Galileo Vibration Trainer, Long Term Medical Survey (LTMS), Hand Grip Dynamometer.
  • Biomedicine: CAMDASS, Portable Pulmonary Functioning System (PPFS), Robotized Tele-echography, Human Respiratory Analyses (FIPEX), Bone and muscle modelling, Flywheel technology.
  • Exobiology & Space Environment: Expose, Matroshka, Solar.
  • Material Science: Geoflow, X-Ray diagnostics, Blades & Foams, FOAM-C.
  • Biology: KI Biology Experiment Hardware, European Modular Cultivation System (EMCS), Plasma Crystak & Plasma Medicine.

You can download a summary of the exhibition in pdf or visit the exhibit through this visual tour:

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2 Responses to ISS Utilisation Exhibition

  1. Sarai Pahla says:

    Have you released any documentation on the Biomedicine research to the public? If so, where can I get my hands on it, and if not, I'm sure you have some press releases that can tell me more - I have too many questions for this one blog comment :D

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