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Abstract: On November 4th, China Southern Power Grid Guangdong Power Grid Yunfu 500 kV Wolong Substation, a standardized and responsive robot performs inspection tasks according to instructions. This is a version 2.0 inspection robot developed by the Energy Technology Company of Guangdong Electric Power Research Institute. . Guangdong Institute of Electric Power Energy Technology joined hands with Baidu this year to use Baidu PaddlePaddle deep learning platform
On November 4th, China Southern Power Grid Guangdong Power Grid Yunfu 500 kV Wolong Transformer Substation, a robot with standardized actions and sensitive response performed inspection tasks in accordance with instructions. This is a version 2.0 inspection robot developed by Energy Technology Company of Guangdong Electric Power Research Institute.
Guangdong Academy of Electric Power Energy Technology Co., Ltd. joined hands with Baidu this year to use Baidu PaddlePaddle deep learning platform to provide visual empowerment for self-developed substation intelligent inspection robots , to achieve accurate detection and analysis of substation equipment, and manual field inspections. It is replaced by robots, which greatly reduces the operation and maintenance costs and improves the intelligence level of inspection work.
"Electricity inspection must not be a little negligent, otherwise early warning of major risks may be missed." Yang Yingyi said that traditional power inspections are done manually. Where there are substations and transmission lines, where will the power inspection staff go? The core work of the inspection is to operate and maintain the power transmission and transformation equipment to ensure its normal work, to ensure the safe operation of the power system and the stable supply of electrical energy.
As far as substation inspection is concerned, inspection of equipment is an important part of it. A typical substation involves more than 1,000 inspection points, and usually requires two staff members to spend 6 to 7 man-hours to complete, which is both labor-intensive and time-consuming. With the rapid development of the economy, the scale of the power grid is getting larger and larger, and the number of transmission and transformation equipment is also increasing. Given the current size of personnel, how to provide intelligent inspection equipment, so that less manpower investment and higher operation and maintenance efficiency, is a difficult problem to be solved in front of all electric power people.
In recent years, robots have been introduced into the field of electric power inspections to replace most of the automated inspections performed manually. However, the traditional image recognition methods for meter recognition are still affected by complex backgrounds, light conditions, and other factors, so the overall accuracy of detection and reading is still low.
"In half a year, we made it possible for the substation robots in 19 cities to realize the idea of real-time monitoring 24 hours a day." Yang Yingyi said that now, using intelligent inspection robots to conduct outdoor inspections, only the robot inspection points need to be set in advance. After planning the inspection route, the robot will automatically detect and read all relevant meters. Staff no longer need to spend 6 hours on-site inspections, but only need to assign inspection tasks in the main control room at a distance.
"The promotion, application and empowerment of intelligent inspection robots can effectively promote the further development of unmanned substation inspections," Yang Yingyi told reporters. According to reports, Guangdong Power Grid and Baidu Fei paddle will further cooperate in the inspection of transmission lines, on-site risk management and control, and gradually promote the intelligent inspection of the power inspection industry.