Jiangyin Port Dangerous Goods Management Adds “Sharp Tool” 5G Robots Join Container Yard Inspection

Jiangyin Port Dangerous Goods Management Adds “Sharp Tool” 5G Robots Join Container Yard Inspection
5G inspectionRobot. (Photo courtesy of Fuzhou Port Group)
Fuzhou News Network, January 10 (Fuzhou Daily reporter Zhu Rong correspondent Liang Jintian) The reporter recently learned that 5G robots have been put into inspection at Jiangyin Port’s dangerous cargo container yard for the first time, marking a new step in the construction of Fuzhou Port’s smart port. At the same time, the construction of the main hydraulic structure of the 200,000-ton wharf in Jiangyin port area has basically been completed, and it has been transferred to water construction.
Recently, in the dangerous cargo container yard in Jiangyin port area, a “little yellow car” with two “radars” upright circled the site for constant inspection. This is the newly launched 5G intelligent inspection Robot of Fuzhou Port Group. A wise “heart” is built inside the exterior of the department. Through information technology, the “little yellow car” can automatically inspect the designated area according to a fixed route and at a fixed time. The picture “observed” by the Robot will appear on the screen of the remote centralized control center in real time, the monitoring picture is clearer, and the data is also At a glance. “These robots patrolvideoThe second is higher, and it can be done 24 hours a day. “The relevant person in charge of Fuzhou Port Group introduced that in the management of dangerous goods areas in the port area, robots can provide various services such as automatic patrol, hazard monitoring and hazard warning, to further improve the reliability and safety of patrol inspection, and to “intelligent change” Leading the qualitative change of smart ports.
It is understood that the 6# and 7# berth projects in Jiangyin Port Area were originally approved to build two 50,000-ton container berths (the hydraulic structure is designed for berthing 200,000-ton containers), with a berth length of 648 meters. In order to adapt to the trend of large-scale ships arriving at the port, the 6# and 7# berths will continue to expand to 200,000 tons on the original basis, and will further enhance the port’s operating efficiency and competitiveness after they are put into operation.

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Published on 09/09/2022