The idea of the Motor Meter is born
Today when I woke up I saw the news that for 49 years that man had stepped on the Moon, that magnificent day of July 20, 1969, (I was a baby, I was only 10 months old) and after 4 days of travel , the Apollo 11 mission with the landing module "Eagle" reached the Moon and Commander Neil Amstrong descended down a ladder in his space suit and put his left foot on the Moon, saying, "I'm at the foot of the ladder. The Eagle's legs have only depressed the surface a few centimeters. The surface appears to be very fine grain, when viewed closely. It's almost a fine powder, very fine. Now I'm off the platform." Then he would say the historical phrase: "This is a small step for man; a giant leap for Humanity."
It was very early and I decided to go to fly in paramotor, my favorite hobby, after a long time in flight I decided to see for my "mirror" the fuel that I had left in the tank, if I had to use a mirror to see the gasoline that I had left ..... I was wondering, how poor are we? as if the man has gone to the moon we have to be seeing the gasoline that remains in the tank from a mirror. With the technology we have? we are in the 21st century, it is not possible, already in flight, I told me: Jose, this has to be changed.
When I landed I could not get the idea out of my head, I was around 1000 ideas, I had all the good energy to start working on this great new adventure.
With how restless and enterprising I am I set out to look for all the options that we had, how can you do this? What kind of Sensors are there?, if I get the Consumption Sensor, how can I do to view the Data? everything was a big doubt to me.
I set out to work and develop the idea.
The idea of creating a meter was born where we could see the Fuel of our Paramotors, the Motor Meter was born.
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