From the past 20 years, information technology has brought many major transformations in almost all fields of the world and healthcare is simply not an exception. The role of technology in the workplace can be a double-edged sword. Utilized effectively, robotics and other technological advances can reduce hazards and improve training. Handled improperly, however, these tools can introduce new hazards and impact the psychosocial health of workers. I have cited a bit heavily on McLuhan to make the point that is forgotten today, that we are extended by and have created gadgets and technologies that extend us. Many people, who use these machines and the Viral Stream, do not really pay attention to the fact that these machines are simply ourselves extended, and we are what these machines are and how they function. There is a middle ground where we do the prudent thing about climate and allow the people to have a better standard of living, which fossil fuel provides at this point in time. According to data compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit, Brazil is currently at a score of a “BBB” in its overall country risk assessment. This is otherwise known as an “investment grade status. Based on this assessment, Brazil is considered to be a low-moderate risk country to invest in depending on agency rating. Brazil is abundant in natural resources like quartz, diamonds, chromium, iron ore, phosphates, petroleum, mica, graphite, titanium, copper, gold, oil, bauxite, zinc, tin, and mercury. According to Bloomberg Media “Its natural riches have since propelled this nation of 200 million people to the top tiers of global markets. Brazil’s economy has ascended the ranks of the world’s largest, from 16th in 1980 to 6th today.” Brazil’s large government debt and economic deficits in the 1990’s facilitated private investment in various industries. The Brazilian Privatization Program from 1990-2002 led to privatization of 33 companies, an estimate 105 Billion in national revenue and increment in the investment opportunities, particularly within the technology driven telecommunications industries which represented 31% of this movement. There are two types of Infrared or IR Sensors: Transmissive Type and Reflective Type. In Transmissive Type IR Sensor, the IR Transmitter (usually an IR LED) and the IR Detector (usually a Photo Diode) are positioned facing each other so that when an object passes between them, the sensor detects the object. IR sensors are frequently used to design TV remotes. It is a simple IR sensor-based electronics project used for controlling a robotic vehicle remotely using the general TV remote or IR remote The IR sensor-controlled robotic vehicle project circuit is shown in the figure.