Latin America the impact of the Spanish empire in modern times

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Few Properly Mexican companies can be called exporters. But nevertheless,
Technology Creative Core (TCC) is. Dedicated to different types of products
technology, such as industrial 3D printers, internet devices
smart things, apps and homes, this company prides itself on
create unique Mexican products in Latin America,

TACC formally began operations in 2002. At that time the company's line of business
was towards automation, but in a short time it became a project for
design and manufacture automated greenhouses, until in 2011 the TCC division
print started operations. A year later they created the first printer of
industrial cutting and in 2013, properly, they enter the market of printers
with the ATOM IV model.

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"we Are the first company that designed the first 3D printer in all of Latin America ”,
explained Joan Miramontes, technology manager at TCC.


Within of the advantages and benefits of the company, it is found that the machines that
manufactured, compared to those on the market, are fully focused on
to the industrial market. “Most of the 3D printers on the market are for the
consumer, but not ours. Ours are made specifically
for industries, since we understand their needs ”, explained Miguel
Miramontes, sales director.

 

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Agricultural Machinery J.A.S
Manufacture and distribution of agricultural equipment From Mexico

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Coa Manual Seeder with Fertilizer
Seeder for basic grains.

Adjustable control to fertilize from

1 to 8 grs. per plant.
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Coa Fine Grain Manual Seeder
Seeder for fine grains.

Capacity: 900 grs.


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10x mechanical seed drill
Seeder and mechanical pressure fertilizer for 2, 3 and 4 rows.


 

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Meet Prometheus, the Mexican robot competing for $ 10 million
Prometheus the robot is intended to support explorations, epidemics and other dangerous work
CAROLINA BAÑALES RIVERÓN OCTOBER 14, 2021

The competition “Prometheus” is competing in, along with 38 other finalists, is ANA Avatar XPRIZE. This contest is considered the most important robotics competition in the world, to the extent of being sponsored by Elon Musk.

The contest lasts four years and consists of passing a series of filters to win 10 million dollars. Of the 150 initial entrants, the creators of Prometheus are the only Mexican competitors.


What is Prometheus, the Mexican robot like?
Prometheus the robot is intended to assist in explorations, epidemics and other dangerous work | Source: Special

Features of Prometheus the robot

According to Alejandro Elias, designer of the robot, Prometheus is thought to support in case of natural disasters, explorations, epidemics and other dangerous works. Thanks to its omni-directional wheels, it is highly mobile to navigate difficult areas.

Juan Carlos Díaz Garmendia, CEO of Inbiodroid, explains that about 10 million pesos have been invested in the manufacture of the robot. He also highlights that it took the experts one year and ten months to make it.

Díaz Garmedia explained that, in this way, it is possible to prevent people from putting their lives at risk by performing risky tasks. He added that currently the device is only terrestrial, but they can also develop an underwater one.
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With a robotics as a service (RaaS) model, the Mexican company Roomie IT Services seeks to promote the mass adoption of humanoid devices with autonomous movement developed in the country.

The Covid-19 pandemic made companies look for options to automate processes and reduce human contact.

One of the options developed by the firm headed by Aldo Luévano was to add its humanoid robots to efforts to reduce virus infections.

Roomie IT Services is the only Mexican manufacturer of humanoid robots that since 2014 has been doing research and development of artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics and other technologies.

The company has the backing of Intel and Amazon Web Services and its client portfolio includes companies such as Citibanamex, Bimbo, Bayer, Gentera, Deloitte, Total Play and the Ministry of Economy, among others.

The efforts against the Covid were well accepted, but in Mexico and the world the adoption has been gradual because it demands the purchase of robots and the hiring of specialized personnel.

Aldo and his team of young Mexican engineers went one step further and implemented the RaaS model: it allows companies to integrate robotics into their operations under a rent-on-demand scheme, which Roomie IT Services plans to take advantage of through three robot verticals: Social, Security and Delivery (Delivery).

All manufactured in Tlalnepantla, State of Mexico, by Mexican talent.

“The only offer you had as a company is to acquire the robots in a Capex approach (capital investment), what we are offering is Raas, changing the Capex approach to one of Opex (operating expense).

"We are looking to bring RaaS so that we take 100 percent responsibility for the underlying activities of the robots," said Aldo Luévano, CEO of Roomie IT Services.

Solutions manufactured by Asian competitors that are marketed in the region are sold on a massive scale, which limits a company from adapting functionality to its needs; A RaaS approach allows the robot software to be special for each company.

“Our goal is to bring robot rental as a service to all of Latin America. The first step is to enable the business model for this year in Mexico, to leverage with clients who have already acquired robots from us; based on that later go to a deployment in the US and Canada ”said the CEO.

Roomie IT Services already exported robots to the entire continent under a Capex scheme.

Among the applications that these robots have is customer service in stores, banks, airports and hotels, as well as security care, even in a single hardware both functionalities can be integrated.

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Industrialtermica from Mexico

INDUSTRIAL TÉRMICA designs and develops equipment for heat treatment applications (hardening, tempering, annealing, stress relief, etc.) for temperatures up to 1200 °C.

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Motomel from Argentina motorcycle manufacturer
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5000N TURBORREATOR (TR5000) - A project to develop a Brazilian national turbojet with a nominal thrust of 5000N/500 kg thrust that also aims to expand the DCTA's gas turbine engine development test infrastructure.

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Turbomachine former polaris, Jet engine manufacturer from Brazil

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Sieteleguas automotive from Mexico
Siete Leguas Automotive (SLA), located in Gómez Palacio, Durango, was founded at the end of 2018 as part of the growth and diversification strategy of GSL (Grupo Siete Leguas).

Although it is a newly created company, its staff has more than 30 years of experience in the machining of high quality / high precision components for OEM applications.

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