Latin America the impact of the Spanish empire in modern times

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CP-30 rocket launcher from Argentina
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In Salinas del Bebedero, Province of San Luis, the technical-operational evaluation of the CP - 30 Multiple Launcher System was carried out.
Specialists from the Institute of Scientific and Technical Research for Defense (CITEDEF) participated in this activity and carried out the project. The completion of the stage implies the evaluation and incorporation into the assets of the Force. Also personnel from the Multiple Launcher Battery dependent on the Field Artillery Group 601 participated in the execution of the test and rehearsal program.
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The Nahuel DL-43 was a medium tank developed in Argentina during World War II, designed by Lieutenant Colonel Alfredo Baisi and assembled at the Esteban de Luca Arsenal. Its name comes from the Mapuche or Mapudungun language and means «jaguar

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At the same time they began with the collection of chapels, that is to say, bronze stones, that they used to manufacture cannons. Collegiate mining, mathematicians, men with basic knowledge in forging, as was the case of Rafael Dávalos, Casimiro Chowell, Ramón Fabié, Vicente Valencia and José Mariano Jiménez, were recruited by Hidalgo to be in charge of improvised weapons factories.
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Thus the insurgents made swords, sabers, axes and machetes but especially they set out to generate cannons based on Spanish construction manuals such as the Ordinances of Artillery. The former were made from jars of quicksilver, but became so defective that some exploded in their faces when detonated.

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Wooden cannons were also formed with iron belts; but not only these, but the metal ones, were imperfect ”, indicate the chronicles compiled by researcher Moisés Guzmán Pérez, who points out that thanks to the manuals the insurgents were able to know the range of cannon calibers, bullets for each of them and the diversity of models. At different times the Spanish armies defeated the insurgents and captured their artillery. For example, in the case of the fateful defeat of Puente de Calderón, the best 44 pieces were taken to the recapture of Guadalajara, eight more (perhaps the lowest quality) were thrown into a ravine, others were disabled by placing stumps in them. mouths, others were buried, the same fate ran the cannonballs. Researchers agree that building their own weaponry - beyond killing opponents - had at least two main functions: boosting insurgent morale and serving as a deterrent rather than an aggressive one. Perhaps for the leaders of the insurrection it was clear that in the face of an unequal war, the best battle is the one that can be avoided.
Mondragon cannon from Mexico

The government of Mexico had not stood idly by, it had reinforced the defense of Salina Cruz, sent troops from the then modern Federal Army, with superior officers well proven in the battles of the War against the French, but more importantly, it had done In a great effort to create an efficient Coastal Defense, the great engineer Mondragon, perhaps the greatest gunsmith in the history of Mexico, was commissioned to create the largest artillery pieces ever made in the country.

Mondragon canon early 20th century
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Saint-Chamond / Mondragón 75 mm field gun, belonging to the Mexican Navy.

Of Mexican design and French manufacture,
it was created at the end of the 19th century by the Mexican General Manuel Mondragón and produced by the French company Compagnie des forges et aciéries de la marine et d'Homécourt, better known as Saint-Chamond, under the requirements of our country, given that at that time we did not have the industrial and technical capacity to produce them locally.

Of the hipomovil type (dragged by an animal, usually six horses), it had a weight of 1,090 kg and the length of its barrel was 213 cm. He was accompanied by a trailer carrying 36 ammunition. It had a maximum firing range of up to 6,500 meters and a firing angle that ranged from -8 ° to + 17 °. It could fire around 15 to 18 rounds per minute, depending on the dexterity of its operators, of two types of ammunition, both the anti-personnel type (splinters) and the explosive type.

Apparently around 100 units were manufactured and delivered before 1910, they were employed during the Mexican Revolution, where they participated on both sides of the conflict. Saint-Chamond acquired the manufacturing rights and tried to market them between various European countries before the First World War, but without success.
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Xiuhcóatl,, automatic rifle from Mexico
Xiuhcóatl, Mexican technology and engineering rifle
It is created for the use of the elements of the Army and protection of Mexicans.

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AIR SERVICE from Brazil
São Paulo company founded in 1971, specialized in the manufacture of equipment for mining, civil construction and iron and steel.
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As hydraulic trucks (Fênix 70 Master and Fênix 70 Junior, respectively with 9 and 12 t) are powered by a 234 hp Cummins turbo diesel engine, they do not have on-board electronics or that, second to company, substantially reduced operating and maintenance costs. A pneumatic wagon (BJ.442.P) is powered by a motorbike-reducer with radiated pistons and transmitted by two currents in oil; o The compressed air that feeds the vehicle and operates its hydraulic systems and is supplied by an autonomous compressor unit. New cart on straps (Fênix 70 Mini, 7.5 t) was launched in 2015, at the M&T fair, it has a 152 hp Cummins turbo engine. Like two other models, it allows opening of holes with diameters between 65 and 90 mm.

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Firm created in 1979, in Ibirama (SC), as a mechanical workshop for tractors, and since 1986 operating in the trade of agricultural machinery and implements, Empimaq Empilhadeiras Andrade Ltda. specializes in transforming agricultural tractors into loaders and heavy forklifts for operation in unstable terrain and with uneven ground.
 

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PCB ELECTRONICS Y MAQUINARIA S. A. De C. V. from Mexico


We are a 100% Mexican company, recently founded in Monterrey N. L., Mexico with the mission of satisfying the needs of printed circuits in the electronics industry of our country.
1.-Manufacture, distribution and sale of printed circuits (PCBs)

2.-Assembly of components.

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SILBIT Technologies from Mexico
We are a Mexican company, made up of a team trained and committed to the technological development of Mexico. The company specializes in the development of embedded systems for industrial control systems, systems with wireless connectivity (RF, Bluetooth, GPRS, WiFi and 3G) and wearables.
We offer the electronic design service for new products, as well as electronic ones for specific problems that you need to solve in your company or staff. Based on considerations of size, operation and performance, we design the most suitable solution for this problem.
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Sedena develops radar to protect all airspace and combat ‘Narco flights’

After Years Of Efforts, The Existing Radar Detection Equipment Covers 32 Percent Of The National Airspace, So Sedena Intends To Increase This Capacity To Cover The Remaining 68 Percent.

MEXICO, (December 06, 2021).- The Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) seeks to strengthen its Comprehensive Air Surveillance System, and therefore intends to develop a radar prototype (Radar Camazot 2022), which will strengthen the military operation against air traffic of drugs and weapons, which comes from Central and South America.

The military institution explained that after years of efforts, the existing radar detection equipment already covers 32 percent of the national airspace, so it is intended to increase this capacity to cover the remaining 68 percent and achieve total surveillance control. and protection of the air extension of Mexico against the incursion of clandestine flights (Narco-Flights).

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The Sedena explained that the objective of the project is that the armed forces can have a radar system of national design and construction, without the need to acquire it abroad, and in this way, achieve sovereignty in terms of aerial surveillance.

“There is total foreign dependence, in a strategic area for national security that is the surveillance of airspace, because all the radar systems deployed in the national territory are of foreign manufacture because in the country there is no industry dedicated to designing and building this type of technology ”, he highlighted in the document.




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Even though I'm replying too late after being inactive for long, let it be.
I will be honest you are trying to imply this

India has nukes, China has nukes we are great powers.

Spain and Mexico are weaker countries.

You are just trying to say, India GDP is one of the largest thus we are great power.

Sorry I am from a developed country, I consider poverty and misery the real goals nations should address.
Achieving the state of affluence are goals of every country. But they are not definition of a great power. These are just methods. Some countries take lead, become great powers and manipulate world for their benefit. Other countries get piggybacked on them and draw benefits.

US is a great power, Australia with one of highest living standards in world is not.

US is a behemoth with advanced tech and diversified economy and stronger system like a mini world itself while Australia is just mining nation in a corner.

US has much bigger and different problems and it wouldn't even have survived, leave alone being superpower if it did itself like Australia. They are like host and parasite.
Spain at this moment people live better than average than in Mexico, India or China.
Even though Spain's higher living standards don't contribute to its great power status as it lacks on overall firepower and technological abilities, Spain is a declining power. From among richest, just two-three decades ago, it has gone mediocre western standards and has started to match with developing countries.

Since living standards of Asians are improving faster than Spanish, I don't consider Spain meritorious in economic regards.

China and India are building weapons, launching rockets in space and lifting people out of poverty. Spain neither has nukes, nor a scientific power and also is gradually falling in poverty.
So what you have nukes? or China and India had 2 of the largest economies if people are in poverty?
China & India also have lifted out much more people from poverty than other nations and are still doing it.
You did not address or understand my points.
You are not making any valid points at all.
Even though citizens of Vatican and Liechtenstein have higher living standards, North Korea can turn their entire population into ashes unpunished in case of one on one wars. It doesn't change the fact that their citizens were living better but it didn't change those countries wouldn't stand anywhere against NoKo in terms of technology, military capability and not a greater power at all.

Great power's topic is different from economic chapter. Trying to be a great power is one of ways chosen by nation to get wealthy. But wealthy nations are not necessarily great power always. They just hold finger of stronger nations to solve their problems.

Hence, this rest of post doesn't have a value to debate either.
India is not a nation, it is a civilization, why? first you have more than 1.3 billion people, but is not only that hinduism is a religion thay makes the world view totally different to Western christianity however Spain is another sub civilization, From south USA to Argentina close to 450 million people Speak Spanish, politically we are divided in nations but we are part of a concept you do not understand that is call Hispanidad, which means We are basically Spaniards, but not Spanish, in the USA they call us Hispanic.

However Spain is not a civilization, Spain is part of Christianity.

France and England too are part of Christianity, so is the USA, while their goverments are secular, the civilization is Christianity and roman and greek.

Tell me what is the possibility England goes to war with Spain?

Basically you forget Europe considers they are a civilization, in fact Spanish and British people genetically are very similar, their languages very similar.
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I do not care you say China or India have large economies, their per capita is low, Mexico also has low salaries, so I am not boasting, but Spain has a good standard of living, people have high standard of living in Spain .

And any way we all are human regadless you want to pretend you are superior to us, you are not, we can design technology, we have a slightly better standard of living, and we have poverty like you do, so at the end is stupid you boast about having nukes when you have millions of poor, you can not eat uranium.

So the poor of Mexico and India should eat food have good houses and technologically we should cooperate and share, as long as you think like the Chinese posters that having nukes is progress, I will say to you, poverty is not progress, feeding your people is more important, and peace is more important.

tell me the difference between the poverty in India or Mexico? we should be ashame we have poor, we should finds ways to eliminate misery in our countries

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for the poor having nukes is irrelevant as long as they can not eat or have a life of human dignity

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Even though I'm replying too late after being inactive for long, let it be.

Achieving the state of affluence are goals of every country. But they are not definition of a great power. These are just methods. Some countries take lead, become great powers and manipulate world for their benefit. Other countries get piggybacked on them and draw benefits.

US is a great power, Australia with one of highest living standards in world is not.

US is a behemoth with advanced tech and diversified economy and stronger system like a mini world itself while Australia is just mining nation in a corner.

US has much bigger and different problems and it wouldn't even have survived, leave alone being superpower if it did itself like Australia. They are like host and parasite.

Even though Spain's higher living standards don't contribute to its great power status as it lacks on overall firepower and technological abilities, Spain is a declining power. From among richest, just two-three decades ago, it has gone mediocre western standards and has started to match with developing countries.

Since living standards of Asians are improving faster than Spanish, I don't consider Spain meritorious in economic regards.

China and India are building weapons, launching rockets in space and lifting people out of poverty. Spain neither has nukes, nor a scientific power and also is gradually falling in poverty.

China & India also have lifted out much more people from poverty than other nations and are still doing it.

You are not making any valid points at all.
Even though citizens of Vatican and Liechtenstein have higher living standards, North Korea can turn their entire population into ashes unpunished in case of one on one wars. It doesn't change the fact that their citizens were living better but it didn't change those countries wouldn't stand anywhere against NoKo in terms of technology, military capability and not a greater power at all.

Great power's topic is different from economic chapter. Trying to be a great power is one of ways chosen by nation to get wealthy. But wealthy nations are not necessarily great power always. They just hold finger of stronger nations to solve their problems.

Hence, this rest of post doesn't have a value to debate either.
A great power is a nation that brings benefits to humanity in general

All great powers uplift humanity in general, but great powers are civilizations in them selves.


You say Spain is mediocre and has no technology, this statement is simply false for a simple factor

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those are countries where Spanish is spoken officially

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See the USA is the second largest Spanish speaking country

Now you claim Spain is mediocre for European Standards,
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See Spain is number 4th

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Spain is the 5th most populous country, got it? Spain is a developed nation, I have been there and is not poor.
 
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A great power is a nation that brings benefits to humanity in general
Do you ever even had political science as a subject?

A great power = Very powerful country and no other definition.

You may provide the source from which source your definition is drawn from.
All great powers uplift humanity in general, but great powers are civilizations in them selves.
Being a civilisation is another topic. You have to learn the difference between the state and the nation and that is away from the entire topic.

US is a state but Russia, China & India are nations. Definitely US is not a civilisation.
You say Spain is mediocre and has no technology, this statement is simply false for a simple factor
No, it is not. Spain doesn't stand anywhere near great powers in any aspect and posting few case studies don't change it. Spain doesn't govern global industrial chains or churns out new expeditionary rockets or weapons. It's a NATO dependent state like most other partners.

Smaller ones like Taiwan and South Korea have more of such perks than Spain.
 

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Even though I'm replying too late after being inactive for long, let it be.

Achieving the state of affluence are goals of every country. But they are not definition of a great power. These are just methods. Some countries take lead, become great powers and manipulate world for their benefit. Other countries get piggybacked on them and draw benefits.

US is a great power, Australia with one of highest living standards in world is not.

US is a behemoth with advanced tech and diversified economy and stronger system like a mini world itself while Australia is just mining nation in a corner.

US has much bigger and different problems and it wouldn't even have survived, leave alone being superpower if it did itself like Australia. They are like host and parasite.

Even though Spain's higher living standards don't contribute to its great power status as it lacks on overall firepower and technological abilities, Spain is a declining power. From among richest, just two-three decades ago, it has gone mediocre western standards and has started to match with developing countries.

Since living standards of Asians are improving faster than Spanish, I don't consider Spain meritorious in economic regards.

China and India are building weapons, launching rockets in space and lifting people out of poverty. Spain neither has nukes, nor a scientific power and also is gradually falling in poverty.

China & India also have lifted out much more people from poverty than other nations and are still doing it.

You are not making any valid points at all.
Even though citizens of Vatican and Liechtenstein have higher living standards, North Korea can turn their entire population into ashes unpunished in case of one on one wars. It doesn't change the fact that their citizens were living better but it didn't change those countries wouldn't stand anywhere against NoKo in terms of technology, military capability and not a greater power at all.

Great power's topic is different from economic chapter. Trying to be a great power is one of ways chosen by nation to get wealthy. But wealthy nations are not necessarily great power always. They just hold finger of stronger nations to solve their problems.

Hence, this rest of post doesn't have a value to debate either.
You emphasizes is portrait Asia as the next superpower.

I will tell you this, Globalization means there is not going to be any dominant power, but the control of the super wealthy companies and banks.

However in general terms all humans can create technology, as such and I have shown you we have Technology in Latin America and Spain.

In general Terms the most developed countries in terms of technology in Latin America is

1-Brazil that is able to built most technologies
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2-Mexico that is mostly a home appliances and cars capable country
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3-Argentina that has some technologies in some areas like aerospace.
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And in Europe, Spain that has some technologies but now belongs to a supra-state called the EU.
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Do you ever even had political science as a subject?

A great power = Very powerful country and no other definition.

You may provide the source from which source your definition is drawn from.

Being a civilisation is another topic. You have to learn the difference between the state and the nation and that is away from the entire topic.

US is a state but Russia, China & India are nations. Definitely US is not a civilisation.

No, it is not. Spain doesn't stand anywhere near great powers in any aspect and posting few case studies don't change it. Spain doesn't govern global industrial chains or churns out new expeditionary rockets or weapons. It's a NATO dependent state like most other partners.

Smaller ones like Taiwan and South Korea have more of such perks than Spain.
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Spain has space technology it is called ESA


Spain has a very powerful currency is called Euro

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Europe in reality is now a nation
 

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It will be in January 2022 that the construction of the first 100 percent Mexican aircraft production plant will begin, which will be based in the city of Celaya in Guanajuato. This after the engineer Giovanni Angelucci CEO of Horizontec decided that it will be that city where the "Halcón II" is produced, an aircraft of Mexican design and manufacture.
"We are going to start as soon as possible, we have already been able to speak with the mayor and we have all the support from the municipality, that will make it much easier for us to get started, because it is a necessity to have a house and Celaya is one of the best options we have," he said in interview.

For ease of logistics, the plant will be located next to the Celaya airport from where the first flights are expected to take place, at least four Guanajuato supply companies will be involved in the production of this plane. The Falcon II is an aircraft made with composite materials such as carbon fiber, it is ready for flight tests, however, the company is waiting for its certification and approval.

“At the beginning of the year we will be in Celaya, laying the first stone for the series production plant of the Halcón 2, the 100% Guanajuato and Mexican aircraft. This is called mentefactura, ”said Diego Sinhue Rodríguez Vallejo, state governor.
 

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TEHUELCHE
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The history of the Tehuelche was brief, but intense, it was marketed between 1957 and 1964, it was devised by Giovanni Rafaldi and Roberto Fattorini. Completely made in Argentina, its name honored the native Patagonian tribe; by the term “chewel che” (or tehuelche), from the Mapuche language chewel, translated as “brave people”.

This national production had a four-stroke engine, with a camshaft at the top, which at first was 250cc, but to cut costs it was lowered to 75cc. It was a motorcycle with a rustic design and only for mechanical experts. He went on to win the South American Championship in three cylinders competing with European brands that had the nickname of being the best. After the factory was closed, the creators turned to racing engines.

In total, approximately five thousand copies were made, some two hundred still survive. About 50 motorcycles are still in working condition.
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COUGAR
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Puma is perhaps the most recognized national production motorcycle, born under Juan Domingo Perón's famous five-year plan, boasting of its design and mechanics, however it had a too close resemblance to the Gõricke and had a 98cc Sachs engine. The name could well refer to the animal, but it is also believed to be an acronym for “Primera Unidad Motriz Argentina”.

With the help of the second Peronist government, the factory began developing its models in 1952, and it soon became a national emblem. The first Puma worked with two speeds, had a gear lever and dual pedal starter. 10 thousand copies of this motorcycle were produced with a minimalist design, perhaps too simple, but they had a very low cost, ideal for workers. The second version had more push, reaching
At 56,000 units, it had improved damping, an off button, a speedometer and a cute light. The third generation was never finished, the project fell through and did not go on the market. The fourth reached 36 thousand units, it was born in 1959, it had a radical change in design and its appearance was much more attractive than the previous ones.

The Puma was undoubtedly one of the national icons, which served as the basis for producing other similar models. The bond that united the brand with the working class and Peronism were two characteristics that made Puma remain engraved in the history of the Argentine automotive industry.


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In everyday life, we are surrounded by devices such as computers, calculators, watches, devices, appliances and even automobiles that have something in common: inside there are multiple electronic circuits that allow their proper functioning.

Currently, this technology is used by industries interested in sensing their products and processes, such as mechanics, automotive, aeronautics, and medicine, among others. However, the development of this technology requires large investments in infrastructure, highly sophisticated laboratories and highly specialized personnel.



Therefore, to respond to the technological requirements of industries, stimulate design and manufacturing, the Center for Engineering and Industrial Development (Cidesi) promotes the design and manufacture of integrated circuits nationwide, through the Multiproject Wafer Service initiative. (SOMP), with the aim of catapulting manufacturing, scientific knowledge, specialized training and the offer of services to companies.

Project Mexican design and technology in electronics and integrated circuits

The Multiproject Wafer (MPW) concept emerged in the 1970s to help companies and researchers create silicon prototypes and demonstrate their work. It was the early days of the semiconductor industry, when companies like Fairchild, IBM, and others applied this technological innovation to create smaller, faster, and cheaper chips. Back then, the Multiproject Wafer played a key role in shortening time to market and reducing non-recurring engineering costs.

Cidesi's pilot project, aimed at design and manufacturing professionals, offers the manufacture of integrated circuits, using NMOS and CMOS technologies in multiproject wafers, with low manufacturing cost, to those interested in registering their projects. In addition, a Webinar platform is offered to provide training on the implementation of the “process design kit” (PDK) for free access software aimed at students and academic staff, which due to the current contingency measures and the restrictions on companies, they do not have access to licensed tools.



The Oblea Multiproyecto initiative began at the end of 2019. One of the objectives is to make known, through the platform http://www.obleamultiproyecto.com/, the capabilities of Cidesi, in addition to making visits to different public institutions that have groups of design, such as the University of Guadalajara (U de G), the Center for Research and Advanced Studies (Cinvestav) of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN), and the Technological Institute and Higher Studies of the West (ITESO), where it is proposed designers present their projects at no cost.

According to the director of Microtechnologies at Cidesi, Dr. Jesús Israel Mejía Silva, the idea is to integrate an audience and market validation based on the public and private interest to catapult these technologies in the semiconductor area.

"The call has the purpose of promoting designs focused on different sectors and we do the manufacturing, as long as they adhere to the rules that we previously send them through a process design kit (PDK). The use or application depends exclusively on the designers. We are inviting you to submit your projects and sign a collaboration agreement where intellectual property is specified and protected. On the other hand, as Cidesi is assuming the cost of manufacturing the wafers, we invite you to assume the commitment that your designs do not have commercial purposes.

Thousands of circuits in square millimeters

The silicon wafers manufactured at Cidesi are four inches in diameter, where thousands of integrated circuits can be inserted in a square millimeter, which determines the business model in this technology required today by important industries in the medical sectors. , mechanical, aeronautical among others, for their automation processes.
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This project of the Directorate of Microtechnologies of Cidesi, headed by Dr. Jesús Israel Mejía Silva, has the support of the Institutional Fund for Regional Promotion for Scientific, Technological and Innovation Development (Fordecyt) of the National Council of Science and Technology (Conacyt ), in addition to the collaboration of institutions such as the Center for Research and Advanced Studies (Cinvestav) of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN), the National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics (INAOE), the Center for Research in Advanced Materials (Cimav ), among others.
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On the other hand, the Center for Engineering and Industrial Development is the only institution in Mexico with the complete infrastructure for the design and manufacture of
integrated circuits, where a class 100 and 1,000 clean room stands out, oriented to the development and microfabrication of electronic devices for the public sector
–in safety, health and energy issues–, while with the private sector it works with the aeronautical and automotive industries and household appliances interested in sensorization for data analysis, artificial intelligence, machine learning and information on trends.

 
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