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Nombre: Octavio Aguado Sánchez Fecha de nacimiento: 26-Jun-1988 Sexo: Masculino Edad: 23 años Dirección Colonia: Bosques de Chalco CP: 56600 Calle: Encino 11 Ciudad / Municipio: Chalco País / Estado: Estado de México Correo: Tel: 5545244916

Preparación académica: Estudios universitarios (2006 - 2010) - Titulado Escuela Superior de Ingeniería Mecánica y Eléctrica (ESIME-Culhuacán) Especialidad en Control

Otros estudios:            Curso de programación en Lenguaje C. (18hrs) Seminario Práctico de Labview. (5hrs) Curso avanzado de PLC y HMI. (12hrs) Curso de Seguridad industrial S.C. Johnson (2hrs) Curso de trabajo en alturas, OSHA (20 hrs) Curso de trabajo en espacios confinados, OSHA (8hrs) Curso de primeros auxilios (6hrs) Curso de instalaciones eléctricas y supresores de picos (8hrs) Curso de de intercomunicación Sistema B-RED y Sistema X1 (12hrs) Curso de SAEI, sensores de presencia,sistemas de control de iluminación Curso PMI (Project management institute) Idiomas: Alemán - (Capaz de establecer conversaciones de negocio) Con Certificado “Österreiches Sprach Diplom” Inglés - (Capaz de establecer conversaciones de negocio) Con Certificado de “Nivel B1”

Habilidades: -Programación de microncontroladores. -Programación en sistemas de alto nivel (Labview) -Diseño y elaboración de circuitos electrónicos.


-Diseño en el área de control y automatización -Manejo de software para diseño asistido Autocad 2d y 3d Solidworks -Software para desarrollo de proyectos eléctricos Autocad electrical Eplan propanel Elecworks -Manejo de PLC Siemens Serie 200 y 300; (STEP-7 MicroWIN) Zelio, Schneider electric, HMI Magelis AB, SLC 5/03 /04, Micrologix y Compactlogix, Factory View Talk para HMI -Manejo de Norma ANSI/ISA 5.1 Elaboración de Diagramas de tuberías e instrumentación.

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