Library Network :: Instituto Hebreo In 1998, plans were put into effect for the first token ring network in Instituto Hebreo’s base, in the Las Condes sector of Santiago, Chile. The network would connect the library’s 3 computers and another one in administrative offices within a Windows NT 3.51 environment. The project was executed within 3 days, and eventually internet connected to one of the PCs via dial up network, later on to be shared for the rest of the school. This was considered pioneering work for a high school environment, back in 1998, where only higher education institutions would have networked access to the internet.

Industrial Robotics GUI for Class :: Stanford University
In 2001, Stanford University commissioned the creation of a GUI (Graphical User Interface) for its CS225A class of Industrial Robotics based on the manipulation and use of a Puma 560 robotic arm. Up until then, only a CLI (command line interface) was available in RT (Real Time) Linux. The interface was created and tested, being operational by the end of 2002 and used for the first time in class in 2003.

eLearning + Media Lab :: Universidad UNIACC
In 2000, Universidad UNIACC (Universidad de las Artes, Ciencias y Comunicaciones), a leading media and arts university based in Santiago, Chile, was transitioning to the digital medium. The plans were for a complete restructuring of its computer, radio and tv broadcasting networks, including state of the art servers, fiber optic trunks and media streaming. On top of this new interactive media network, the first eLearning e-campus ( was developed and launched in less than 6 months, creating virtual communities spanning the TV, radio, Internet, student and teacher bodies, in an unprecedented integration project led by a multidisciplinary team of academia, scientific and engineering experts.