Experience from China: The epidemic of "UAV"!
March 27, 2020
Experience from China: The epidemic of "UAV"!
After the news that the virus was transmitted from person to person was confirmed, Academician Zhong Nanshan urged everyone not to go out and isolate themselves at home to fight the epidemic, so many people moved their shopping locations from the mall to the Internet. Many daily life supplies, fruits and vegetables were purchased online . According to data, during the Spring Festival and the epidemic, Jingdong Daojia ’s platform sales increased by 540% year-on-year; the average daily order for Meituan to buy vegetables in Beijing was 2-3 times before the holiday. Suning's small shop data shows that during the Spring Festival, Beijing Sun Xiansheng's online vegetable and fruit single-day orders increased by 200% year-on-year, and Suning's small shop online orders increased by 245%.
In the case of national online shopping, delivery staff has also become a scarce resource. And since January 22, major domestic courier services have successively opened "green channels" for rescue supplies in Wuhan, and they have carried emergency rescue supplies for free. In the public welfare operation of free delivery of emergency supplies, express delivery and express delivery outlets also spontaneously joined the anti-epidemic force, and some express delivery companies have only resumed work at a rate of only 60%. Express logistics, rider distribution, and other industry personnel have experienced a sharp increase in pressure and frequently contact different people. The risk of infection is greater. In this war epidemic, unmanned equipment equipped with power batteries as support, began to fight.
JD Logistics: Unmanned Delivery Vehicle
On February 6, Jilin Street, Qingshan District, Wuhan, a Jingdong unmanned delivery vehicle started at Jingdong Logistics Renhe Station at a speed of 15 kilometers per hour, followed the street all the way, crossed the Jianshe Second Road, and traveled for 600 meters. Later, the medical supplies were successfully delivered to Wuhan Ninth Hospital. The Ninth Hospital was the designated hospital for the treatment of new coronavirus-infected pneumonia (NCP) in Wuhan and the core epidemic prevention station for the epidemic.
After the outbreak, Jingdong Logistics Renhe site has always supported the distribution of medical and living supplies of the Ninth Hospital. Because of the epidemic, the hospital generally does not allow distribution staff to enter to prevent infection. Therefore, JD. "This task.
According to Jingdong statistics, 50% -70% of orders from Wuhan Ninth Hospital are delivered by unmanned vehicles every day. Unless the volume of the goods is large or the volume is particularly large and exceeds the size of the bayonet of the unmanned distribution vehicle, the delivery brother needs to be delivered in person. Delivery.
Smart Walker: Unmanned Delivery Vehicle, Unmanned Cleaning and Disinfection Vehicle
On January 26, the epidemic had just erupted, and Zhidew CEO Zhang Dezhao hurriedly recalled a group of employees who stayed in Beijing for the Chinese New Year, and urgently modified and deployed a batch of unmanned delivery vehicles and unmanned cleaning and disinfection vehicles for distributing medicines and food in hospitals.
On January 29, the unmanned equipment was officially put into use at two hospitals in Shanghai and an isolation point in Beijing. It is understood that the three unmanned delivery vehicles donated by Wise Walkers can work continuously for 6-8 hours when fully charged, during which they can move at the speed of human walking or jogging (5-10 kilometers per hour).
Zhang Dezhao said, "The company must take everyone's health and safety as the first priority, but the country has a difficult responsibility and everyone should do their best to make a little contribution to the epidemic."
Wu Niu intelligence: spray disinfection robot
On the morning of January 28, Yin Niu Qiang, general manager of Wu Niu Intelligent, informed the company's core technical staff to return to the company immediately, and then he personally drove back and forth for more than 400 kilometers to Yantai to return the core engineer to the company. On the morning of January 30, the modification of the self-driving disinfection robot was completed; in the afternoon, Yin Benqiang brought the self-driving disinfection robot to the central hospital to start the field test.
On January 31, Qingdao Wuniu Intelligent donated nearly 30 self-driving spray disinfection robots to hospitals in Qingdao, Rizhao, Jinan and other places to reduce the number of times medical staff entered and exited the quarantine area. This robot can provide meal delivery service to patients through "wireless parallel driving" or automatic driving function, and is equipped with an automatic spraying module, which can realize automatic driving and automatic spraying disinfection.
Huawei: 5G driverless car
In February and March, according to official information from Wuhan Railway, two Huawei 5G unmanned vehicles have successfully reached Wuhan Wujiashan Station. According to news, these vehicles will be used to isolate the ward. At present, the two unmanned vehicles have arrived at the Wuhan Epidemic Prevention and Control Headquarters. After debugging by Huawei Wuhan Branch, the headquarters will allocate the funds to the relevant hospitals, and more unmanned vehicles will arrive in Wuhan in the future.
Chuangze: a variety of intelligent robots
In order to meet the needs of medical work in a special period, Chuangze Company has upgraded its functions and structural reforms based on the existing robot technology. At present, there are several Chuangze intelligent robots, including intelligent medical guidance robots, medical intelligent distribution robots, and automatic intelligent sterilization and disinfection robots, which are applied to hospitals in Shandong, Gansu, Guangxi, Henan, Jiangsu, and Xinjiang And community health service centers, to achieve guidance and inquiry, remote diagnosis and treatment.
Among them, intelligent medical guidance robots can replace humans for contact reception in the outpatient hall, and ask patients whether they have fever, dry cough, fatigue, and a series of questions such as contact history in Wuhan according to a standardized inquiry template. Perform artificial intelligence algorithm calculation to determine whether there is a suspected situation, and recommend to go to the corresponding clinic.
Neolithic: unmanned logistics trolley
Due to the closed management of Wuhan's entire community, material transportation has become a problem. Baidu's Apollo ecological partner, Neolithic's unmanned logistics trolley was put into use to solve the problem of transportation of residents' living materials in the affected areas.
From Zhongbai Warehouse in Fruit Lake Store in Wuchang District to No. 1 Han Street Mansion, an unmanned logistics trolley delivers food for the next 3 days to 5 households living in the same unit. This section of the road has a distance of 1.7km and a large cargo box with a capacity of 2.4 cubic meters. The unmanned logistics trolley with a range of 100km has a total of more than 20 round trips a day and can deliver food and goods to nearly 100 households. This unmanned logistics trolley has a speed of 50km / h and is equipped with a centimeter-level high-precision map. Even if it is out of power, the unmanned logistics trolley with a battery cartridge can change electricity in only 30 seconds, so that it can continue to work.
Not only unmanned logistics vehicles, unmanned food delivery vehicles, disinfection drones, unmanned sweepers, etc., all played a role in this epidemic. They were sleepless, maintained 24 hours of high-intensity operation, and had no electricity. Just replace the battery or recharge. A large part has alleviated the shortage of manpower in various industries, avoided direct contact, and guaranteed personal safety.
With the development of science and technology, "unmanned" science and technology have come to the fore, and changed according to changes in the environment and needs to achieve the "science and technology epidemic."