Chinese power grids start serving AI-driven robots

Chinese power grids start serving AI-driven robots

The Tianjin administration began using autonomous robots to service power distribution systems.

The local state-owned energy company has developed a new generation device with integrated artificial intelligence technologies.

Thanks to sensors and cameras, the robot determines its location in three-dimensional space, recognizes objects and controls a mechanical limb with tools. To perform various tasks on the distribution of electricity, the system uses machine learning algorithms.

According to the developers, thanks to its compact size and low weight, the robot can work effectively in difficult terrain and in a narrow space, while reducing security risks.

Tianjin Municipal Services has already deployed robots in over 80 operations in the city, suburbs and nearby mountainous areas.

The state grid company plans to produce 200 devices per year.

Automation captures not only energy services, but also more complex infrastructure sectors. Facebook recently announced the creation of a robot for winding fiber around power lines.


Chinese power grids start serving AI-driven robots

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