Harbin uses intelligent robots for power inspections
Updated : 2019-04-11
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
Technicians from a Harbin electricity utility operate an intelligent robot, to overhaul a circuit on April 2. Intelligent circuit maintenance robots and inspection drones are increasingly being adopted for daily work at the Harbin branch of the State Grid. Officials say they not only improve working efficiency, but also reduce risks for employees working in the extreme cold in winter. It takes only about 15 minutes to complete a circuit maintenance job and all the data is transferred to the control center. [Photo/people.cn]
A worker from the Harbin branch of the State Grid inspects a power circuit with the help of an intelligent robot on April 2. [Photo/people.cn]
Images of a circuit inspection undertaken by drones are transferred to the control center of the Harbin branch of the State Grid on April 2. [Photo/people.cn]
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