We have one of the greatest artists of all time, Leonardo Da Vinci, was inspired by various natural mechanisms to carry out their artificial similes, such as rudiments of a first plane, which has many similarities with the wings of a bat, and that there is a sketch, plus some writings in which he detailed his observations of birds and some other flying animals. There are very many modern inventions are inspired by biological models, we elcaso radar inspired echolocation in bats have to avoid colliding in the dark, or velcro which is based on plants that cling to clothes for means of hooks, or full body suit for competitive swimmers, which reduces friction with increasing water speed which is very similar to skin cubrea dolphins.We also have a lot of examples developed by various universities that are inspired by snakes, spiders, roaches, fish and even humans. Bionics has had great development in countries like Germany, which has the same courses as graduates of different schools in Japan which has a great development biorobots and the United States and England. You could say, bionics is that branch of lacibern tica that tries to simulate the behavior of living beings by making them better in almost all branches by means of mechanical instruments. Living beings are complex machines, equipped with a variety of instruments for measurement, analysis, reaction Yde reception of stimuli and response, this is thanks to the five senses we have developed.Creating machines behave as human brains, trained to observe behavior smart and learn from it, is part of the research field of robotics and artificial intelligence. Within that intelligent behavior are so many activities related to reasoning, ie yplaneamiento strategy, as with the perception and recognition of images, colors, sounds, etc.. Examples of Bionic In Tokyo and placed the first power generator that uses the power of each step of the millions of Japanese who walk in the metro daily. He himself can view displays (posters) that show the amount of energy being generated. The cost of these generators is very high (75,000 dollars every speed bump), but expenses are amortized in one year (as often happens with renewable energy) since each speed bump “would raise” electricity at a rate of up to 5.4 per hour. London council would use this energy to illuminate public spaces cos and feed traffic lights. Another concept of generating less fun but no less effective, this great idea is posed to take advantage of existing power structures to place them in vertical axis wind generators.