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Martinez, G. J.; Moreno, L. N. O. (2013)
Publisher: Escuela Superior de Cómputo
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
En este reporte realizamos una rápida revisión acerca del desarrollo de la robótica en México, aproximando su realidad con respecto al desarrollo en otros paises conocidos como destacados en esta área. Anticipamos que México presenta un escenario donde no es posible hablar de avances o adelantos de impacto. Sin embargo, daremos a conocer algunos aspectos que permitirán entender del porqué de esta situación. En este documento llevamos a cabo un análisis comparativo con tres casos particularmente interesantes. Discutiremos los ejemplos de: el "Laboratorio de Robótica de Bristol" (Bristol Robotics Laboratory - BRL) y el "Centro Internacional de Computación No-Convencional" (International Center of Unconventional Computing -- ICUC) en Bristol, Inglaterra. El "Museo Nacional de Ciencias Emergentes e Inovación" (The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation -- Miraikan) en Tokio, Japón, y el proyecto "Cyber-Doll" en Marsella, Francia. Al final presentamos una propuesta básica por donde este campo podría crecer con mejores oportunidades en México. / The present report discuss a quick status about robotics development in Mexico, approaching a number of issues and real limitations with respect to other countries well-known developed in the field. Lamentably, Mexico display a slow develop of robotics and advances, including a poor impact in international journals. Nevertheless, we made a comparative analysis mainly from some representative institutions working in robotics. The first one comes with "Bristol Robotics Laboratory" (BRL) and the "International Center of Unconventional Computing" (ICUC) in Bristol, England. The second one comes with the "National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation" (Miraikan) in Tokyo, Japan. So, a third study comes with the project "Cyber-Doll" in Marseilles, France. Finally, we present a brief and basic proposal where Mexico could find a better way to develop practical and economical robots.
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