The sensor-embedded shirt monitors metrics like heart rate, breathing and movement, and can sync data with popular fitness tracking.
The company's sensors can be attached on the astronaut's body using a biocompatible adhesive, to provide crucial data that can be accessed remotely.
The company plans to use the funds to apply for an FDA clearance for a new line of smart clothing products that will be used for medical monitoring.
These shirts include the same sensors as the adult models, giving in-depth insight regarding physical training, sleep and daily activities.
The setup includes a small device that fits into a pouch sewn in one side of the shirt to monitor heart, respiratory and movement activity.
Compatible smart watches can run the Hexoskin app and get real-time connectivity to the cloud for Hexoskin biometric stats.