The French start-up specializes in technology transfer from the space sector to the health and medical care sector. The company is looking for partners for a research cooperation agreement to start new R&D projects in a partnership model.
The French start-up was founded in 2015. First dedicated to aerospace medical research, the company decided to specialize in technology transfer from the space sector to the health and medical care sector.
The company is developing its own R&D department to implement various projects which aim to improve health through space medicine discoveries.
- A Virtual Reality platform to train astronauts in order to perform all tasks related to their mission can also be used to cure brain disorders and disorientation;
- A Non-Invasive electrical impedance spectroscopy for coronary disease and decompression sickness in space can become a portable and non-invasive device for coronary artery disease diagnosis on earth.
The French company is looking for research cooperation agreements to start such new R&D projects in a partnership model.
- Type of partner sought: The partner should own space technologies available for demonstration, that could be related to medical care or the health sector. The partner should have a proven track record of R&D projects in the space sector.
- Specific area of activity of the partner: The French tech company wants to cooperate with companies dedicated to the aerospace sector.
The partner should have a proven track record of R&D projects in the space sector.
The company is looking for research cooperation agreements to transfer space technologies which could have an interest for the medical care and health sectors.
The new potential R&D projects should be planned in a partnership model to reach together commercialization or to apply to H2020 calls.
Available for demonstration - Stage of development depends highly on the TLR of the product
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