[경제]All VR, drones, and robots are mobilized to prevent major industrial disasters

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Since the enforcement of the Act on Punishment of Serious Accidents, companies have mobilized all their cutting-edge technologies to prevent safety accidents.

A program to inspect the site with drones, robots, and AI, and to experience major industrial disasters with VR has also appeared.

Reporter Lee Seung-yoon on the report.

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A worker who climbs a ladder to work at high altitude and manages communication equipment.

This is a site where you can experience a situation where you fall due to carelessness.

Although it is virtual reality, how realistic it is, the staff wearing VR goggles frowns over and over.

This time, while the worker was hanging, the telephone pole to which the communication line was connected fell over.

There are so many things that feel dizzy.

[김중남 / LG 유플러스 네트워크 안전 관리팀 : 통신업에서 떨어질 수 있는 사고를 가상현실로 꾸몄습니다. 그 가상현실을 직접적으로 체험함으로써 작업자가 실제 작업하면서 더 안전하게 작업할 수 있게 하기 위함입니다.]

In the experience center, 15 training programs are provided to prevent industrial accidents in the telecommunication industry, such as opening and closing manhole covers.

In some cases, state-of-the-art technology has been applied to the actual job site.

The world’s first self-flying drone for power transmission lines inspects power transmission towers, and artificial intelligence detects problems.

[김태균 / 한전 기술기획처장 : 송전탑이라든지 선로의 점검 같은 경우는 드론이 대신하고…. AI 기술을 접목하는 등 다양한 첨단 기술을 접목할 계획입니다.]

Robots equipped with laser sensors and quadruped robots go through substations and tunnel-type electric power outlets to thoroughly inspect to prevent accidents.

In addition, we are seeing the effect of reinforcing safety and reducing fatigue by providing a device that supports muscle strength to utility pole workers.

Safety mats and fall arresters that can be installed in just 5 minutes also reduce human casualties.

As safety emerges as the core of ESG management, the convergence of safety management and advanced technology is accelerating.

This is YTN Lee Seung-yoon.

YTN Lee Seung-yoon (risungyoon@ytn.co.kr)

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