The core of the ATT has been started its work in the space research since 1986, as coordinators and direct executors of the video spectrometric complex - "Fregat" under the PHOBOS international space project. In parallel, work on the Phobos project was designed the "Zora" system on the project "Shipka" (second Bulgarian flight in the space). The division participated also in the design of the "Specter-256", "Rozhen", and "Terma" systems, which were used in the scientific program under the "Shipka" project. The team of the division participated in the design of devices under the projects APEX, PRIRODA, and COMPAS. The greatest achievement of the division is the "Neurolab-B" system which operates on board of the MIR orbital station five years until 2001 when station splash-down in Pacific ocean. It is intended for complex psycho-physiological study of astronauts (electrocardiogram, miogram, electrooculogram, breathing, temperature, blood pressure, skin conductivity etc.).

In the recent years, the small-sized multi channel holter "MA - 01" system was designed for recording of some physiological parameters: electrocardiogram, breathing, blood pressure, temperature etc. The system is used for clinical studies in an English clinic for sleep apnea analysis. In the last few years many other medical devises have been developed such as pulse oxymeter, ECG holters and electrocardiographs. All of them are tested clinically and are used in Bulgarian hospitals. The division has established business contacts with the Japanese company "Core Co." for development of software products for communication systems.

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