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Jordi Muñoz: el mexicano que triunfó fabricando drones. Desde que era un niño, las grandes pasiones del joven mexicano Jordi Muñoz han sido las computadoras y los aviones.

Jordi Muñoz: el mexicano que triunfó fabricando drones

“Soñaba con convertirme en piloto y al mismo tiempo me fascinaba jugar con legos, electrónica y todo eso”, cuenta Muñoz, de 28 años, quien es cofundador de 3D Robotics, una de las mayores compañías de fabricación de drones (vehículos aéreos no tripulados) de Estados Unidos. En 2007, con 20 años, y tras haber sido rechazado en el Instituto Politécnico Nacional de México, Muñoz hizo las maletas y se trasladó junto a su esposa desde Tijuana a Riverside, en California (oeste de EE.UU.), con la esperanza de poder cumplir sus sueños. “La tecnología había avanzado lo suficiente como para tener acceso a sensores como acelerómetros, giróscopos o GPS. Emprendedores Utilizando los sensores de su consola Nintendo y una placa de arduino (una plataforma de hardware abierta) logró convertir su helicóptero en un drone, haciendo que volara de forma a autónoma.

Mexicano diseña sus drones y crea empresa tecnológica. Distrito Federal— Al estilo de Mark Zuckerberg, creador de Facebook, y del fundador de Apple, Steve Jobs, este mexicano abrió y presidió en EU una empresa tecnológica que podría cambiar nuestras vidas; todo ello sin título universitario y a temprana edad.

Mexicano diseña sus drones y crea empresa tecnológica

Oriundo de Baja California y rechazado del Politécnico dos veces, Jordi Muñoz inventó vehículos voladores no tripulados de bajo costo, permitiendo con ello que los drones alcanzaran un mercado masivo. Joven mexicano ofrece drones más allá de la seguridad. La empresa 3D Robotics, cofundada por el joven de ascendencia mexicana Jordi Muñoz, tiene la visión en un mundo donde los “drones” (aviones no tripulados) sean utilizados en todas las áreas de la comunidad y no solo en materia de seguridad.

Joven mexicano ofrece drones más allá de la seguridad

“¿Qué opinas acerca de la tecnología de los drones? .” The National Archives. Archiveswales.org.uk. Chronology 1938. THE BRITISH LIBRARY - The world's knowledge. Where People, History and Memories Join Together from The People History Site. The Historical Association. Fact Sheet: Pearl Harbor. Report Of Damage, December 7 1941.

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World War II. USS Greer (DD-145) Six months' duty with the Pacific Fleet terminated 25 March 1920, when Greer sailed to join the Asiatic Fleet.

USS Greer (DD-145)

After standing by off Shanghai to protect American lives and property during riots there in May, Greer sailed to Port Arthur and Dairen on intelligence missions and returned to Cavite, Philippines, for fleet exercises. The destroyer returned to San Francisco 29 September 1921 via Guam, Midway, and Pearl Harbor. Greer decommissioned at San Diego 22 June 1922, and was placed in reserve. Greer recommissioned 31 March 1930, Commander J. W. On War: The dropping of the Atomic Bomb, 65 years later. Posted Aug 07, 2010 Share This Gallery inShare3 HIROSHIMA, Japan (AP) — The 65th anniversary event at the site of the world’s first A-bomb attack echoed with the choirs of schoolchildren and the solemn ringing of bells Friday as Hiroshima marked the occasion.

On War: The dropping of the Atomic Bomb, 65 years later

At 8:15 a.m. – the time the bomb dropped, incinerating most of the city – a moment of silence was observed. On Aug. 6, 1945, during World War II, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. About 140,000 people were killed or died within months when the American B-29 “Enola Gay” bombed Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945. Harry Truman and the Atomic Bomb - Ralph Raico.

The most spectacular episode of Harry Truman's presidency will never be forgotten but will be forever linked to his name: the atomic bombings of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, and of Nagasaki three days later.

Harry Truman and the Atomic Bomb - Ralph Raico

Probably around two hundred thousand persons were killed in the attacks and through radiation poisoning; the vast majority were civilians, including several thousand Korean workers. Twelve US Navy fliers incarcerated in a Hiroshima jail were also among the dead.[1] Great controversy has always surrounded the bombings. Attacks on U.S. Naval Ships. USS Reuben James (DD-245) Coordinates: USS Reuben James (DD-245)—a post-World War I, four-funnel Clemson-class destroyer—was the first United States Navy ship sunk by hostile action in the European theater of World War II and the first named for Boatswain's Mate Reuben James (c.1776–1838), who distinguished himself fighting in the Barbary Wars.

USS Reuben James (DD-245)

Reuben James was laid down on 2 April 1919 by the New York Shipbuilding Corporation of Camden, New Jersey, launched on 4 October 1919, and commissioned on 24 September 1920, with Commander Gordon W. Hines in command. The destroyer was sunk by a torpedo attack from German submarine U-552 on 31 October 1941. Pearl Harbor. The attack on Pearl Harbor[nb 4] was a surprise military strike conducted by the Imperial Japanese Navy against the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on the morning of December 7, 1941 (December 8 in Japan).

Pearl Harbor

The attack led to the United States' entry into World War II. The attack was intended as a preventive action in order to keep the U.S. Children and World War Two. Children were massively affected by World War Two.

Children and World War Two

Nearly two million children were evacuated from their homes at the start of World War Two; children had to endure rationing, gas mask lessons, living with strangers etc. Children accounted for one in ten of the deaths during the Blitz of London from 1940 to 1941. World War II Valor in the Pacific. Primary History - World War 2. Pearl Harbor Video — History.com. FDR's Speech. A first draft of the Infamy Speech, with changes by Roosevelt The Infamy Speech was a speech delivered by United States President Franklin D.

FDR's Speech

Roosevelt to a Joint Session of Congress on 8 December 1941, one day after the Empire of Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor Naval Base, Hawaii.[1][2][3][4][5] The name derives from the first line of the speech: Roosevelt describing the previous day as "a date which will live in infamy". Within an hour of the speech, Congress passed a formal declaration of war against Japan and officially brought the U.S. into World War II. The address is regarded as one of the most famous American political speeches of the 20th century.[6] [edit] The Infamy Speech was brief, running to just a little over seven minutes. His revised statement was all the stronger for its emphatic insistence that posterity would forever endorse the American view of the attack. The overall tone of the speech was one of determined realism.

Impact and legacy[edit] Pearl Harbor Attack Map.