(November 9, 2022, Shenzhen) Today is the 31st National Fire Protection Day, and it is also the second anniversary of the DJI Emergency Alliance.The emergency rescue business represented by fire protection is an important part of the national economy and social development, accompanied byDigitizingWith the rapid development of technologies such as , artificial intelligence, and the internet of Things, it has become a general trend to apply advanced intelligent unmanned equipment in various emergency rescue scenarios.
DJI aims to provide intelligent, safe and efficient Industrial unmanned application solutions for energy, surveying and mapping, public safety, water conservancy, science and education and other fields.Zhang Xiaonan, senior corporate strategy director of DJI, said: “The industrydroneThe emergence of the Internet has reshaped people’s lives and production methods, promoted the development and progress of the industry, and created more value for users. Industrial drones not only help front-line workers improve their work efficiency, but also protect their lives at critical moments. “
Exploring the application boundary of drones and building a “lifeline” with technology
DJI’s exploration in the field of emergency rescue can be traced back to the 2015 Nepal earthquake. Subsequently, with the iteration and progress of technology, drones have played an increasingly important role in various emergency rescue scenarios. In 2016, the fire rescue team used UAV thermal imaging technology for the first time in a chemical explosion accident to monitor the accident scene from the air and complete rescue assistance work; in 2017, DJI decided to go deep into the industry and officially apply UAV technology to public safety , emergency fire protection and other fields; In 2019, when the “3.21” chemical plant in Xiangshui exploded, DJI established an emergency response mechanism for industrial applications, and rushed to the scene for support as soon as possible. Modeling and other technologies to assist on-site rescue command operations, hazard detection and disaster assessment.
DJI firmly believes in the value of advanced technologies such as drones for emergency rescue. In order to better coordinate with professional rescue forces and respond to rescue needs in a timely manner, in 2020, DJI will bring together partners from all over the country to jointly establish the DJI Emergency Response Alliance. Since its establishment two years ago, the alliance has participated in more than 300 domestic rescues, including the “7.20” heavy rain disaster in Henan in 2021, the Qinghai Datong mudslide in 2022, and mountain fire rescue in Chongqing, Guangxi, Hunan and other places.
The “7.20” heavy rain disaster rescue in Henan in 2021 is the first large-scale assembly of the DJI Emergency Alliance. Immediately after the disaster, DJI actively responded to the call of the emergency rescue department, and cooperated with 42 teams including members of the DJI Emergency Response Alliance and ecological partners to rush to the disaster-stricken area overnight from all over the country. Infrared thermal imaging technology, air-ground information coordination, modeling, multi-load replacement and other functional advantages, assist rescue forces in disaster reconnaissance, shouting and guidance, night lighting, personnel search and rescue, material throwing, epidemic prevention and disinfecting, etc., buying time for rescue .
For DJI, every time it goes deep into the front line of rescue, it is an opportunity to test products and gain insight into needs. The application pain points dug deep in the front line are used for product iteration and innovation. In March this year, the release of the DJI M30 series drones with the Sikong 2 cloud platform is to solve the problem of how to transmit the information obtained in the air to the rescuers in the first place in actual combat. Now with the support of DJI’s latest software and hardware technology, from the front line to the command center, rescue information can be viewed in real time through Sikong 2, truly realizing air-ground collaborative operations. In September this year, the newly released Mavic 3 industry series UAVs have longer battery life and stronger functions, which are easy for rescuers to carry around and can quickly start operations after arriving at the scene.
Civilization of UAV technology, together with life guardians to promote the progress of civilization
In July 2022, the Ministry of Emergency Management made it clear in the “14th Five-Year Plan for the Construction of Emergency Rescue Forces”: “The construction of my country’s emergency rescue forces is still in the critical stage of laying the foundation, tackling difficulties, and improving the level, and the problem of unbalanced and insufficient development It is still outstanding. During the ’14th Five-Year Plan’ period, professional emergency rescue forces, social emergency rescue forces, and grassroots emergency rescue forces need to be further coordinated and developed together.”
In response to the policy call, since its establishment, the DJI Emergency Response Alliance has taken “scientific and technological evolution and protection” as its vision, cooperated with partners and social forces, and formed a linkage mechanism with rescue forces in many places across the country, gradually becoming a scientific and technological support force in the rescue system . At present, there are 40 members of the National Alliance, covering 26 provinces, more than 200 people have received professional training in drone rescue, and participate in more than 100 emergency rescue incidents every year. In the future, the DJI Emergency Response Alliance will absorb more social forces with professional technical capabilities to create a more systematic and professional public welfare emergency rescue team.
In addition, as a pioneer in the UAV industry, DJI has continued to promote productivity changes through a series of “civilian” measures in terms of price, technology and application, and has provided protection for various fields such as emergency rescue, public safety, energy, surveying and mapping, and environmental protection. Providers with better products and solutions to create a wide range of social value.
As of 2022, power grid engineers have completed more than 1.2 million kilometers of inspections through industrial drones, which is equivalent to 30 circles around the earth; surveying and mapping workers across the country have built high-precision 3D models for more than 170 cultural relics and historic sites with the help of surveying and mapping drones , They include important cultural heritages such as the Leshan Giant Buddha, the Great Wall, the Yellow Crane Tower, the Shenyang Forbidden City, and the ancient city of Pingyao; during the migration of Asian elephants in Yunnan last year, wildlife experts used drones to monitor high-altitude dynamics, predict routes in advance, and assist in evacuation People, to ensure the safety of human elephants. And these vivid cases are the embodiment of the value of technology after civilianization. DJI empowers all aspects of social production through drone technology, integrates “truth, goodness and beauty” into the most basic product design and business philosophy, and works with guardians from all walks of life to protect the safety of people’s lives and property, and to promote the progress of human civilization. effort.
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