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  • By Diario.mx
  • messages.December 15, 2018

Robots that serve as waiters to bring drinks and food to humans and others who help transport goods to companies, were exhibited on December 15 by the students of our academy.

The Central Park facilities are the site where primary, secondary, preparatory and university students showed their innovations made with recycled material to the public.


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  • By Diario.mx
  • messages.December 09, 2018

Our eco-powered, solar-powered semiconductor, developed by Andr$eacutes Isaac Loera Castillo, aged 12, was presented yesterday within the AI Challenge launched by the Artificial Intelligence Cluster..

The traffic light won the first place in this challenge in which the participants were invited to propose projects that could be implemented together with the Municipality for the benefit of the community, being able to receive the support of the City Council to implement it in the traffic lights of the town

Víctor Hernández, president of the Cluster, said that it is the first challenge that the organization launches to encourage the development and creativity of the people of Juarez.


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  • By Diario.mx
  • messages.october 12, 2018

For the first time Ciudad Juárez will be represented in the competition "Ideas Made in Mexico" organized by the secretariat of Communications and transport, to promote the creativity and technological entrepreneurship of children, adolescents and adults of our country.

Selsy Ameyalli González, 16 years old, is the first to qualify until the final stage of this competition. His project called "Robotic Chair" is a prototype of a conventional wheelchair with which he will fight a place this next October 17 in Mexico City.

Under a theme in social impact, the teenager worked on tire modification and implanted engines. It is a chair that works in automatic form and can be commanded by voice through a mobile device up to 75 meters away, unveiled Roberto Carlos, tutor of Ameyalli.


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  • By Diario.mx
  • March 05, 2017

With an old console of games, lamps and an investment of 17 dollars Lorenzo Varela and Adolfo Gomez, aged 14 and 16, created a proximity sensor capable of activating an alarm when an object is near.

Diego Mariscal and Sergio Javier Morales developed a wheelchair that is operated through a mobile application.

Both projects will represent Mexico and specifically Ciudad Juárez in the Latin American Robotics Competition 2017 organized by the Latin American Society of Science and Technology (SOLACYT).


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