This research has been implemented with a focus on the optimal mechatronics resources for Aerospace Monitoring in Peruvian Sky, specifically on the Troposphere. The device is called Paulet-1, which is a prototype developed in the Mechatronics Laboratory at Ricardo Palma University, Peru from 2017 to 2018. The design consisted of the analysis of the size, weight and price in order to create a sustainable embedded system to measure variables of humidity, pressure, temperature and localization, besides, the development was based on the technological risk caused by the earth's atmosphere conditions. The Tests were performed in 3 locations, the First was in Santiago de Surco District, the Second was in Lurín District and the Third was in Asia District, all were in Lima Province. In conclusion, favorable results were achieved; therefore, the next version of the prototype Paultet-2 is confirmed to be ready for developing in 2020.