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The “Extreme Vision” intelligent system brings safety to the minds of employees
In the moonlight on a starry night, Yang Gong from the coal transportation team finished loading coal and was walking between coal bunker belts. He looked at his watch, seeing that it was already midnight, he thought to himself “I have to rush back to the central controlling office for shift changing”, and then he realized that he wouldn’t make it on time. Just as he was leaning on the rails and about to cross over the belts, the trespassing alarm went off. He realized instantly that trespassing the belt does not comply with the safety standards and the consequences would have been undesirable. Fortunately the Extreme Vision system that sounded the alarm in time, and prevented a huge disaster.”
Since September 2017, in order to promote and perfect the “Run Extreme Vision” project, relevant staff worked extremely hard and overcame many difficulties. During the early stage of the construction of the project, due to relatively great interference from ambient light, the system faced difficulties including overcoming the impact of sunlight and shining angle in the day time and complex ambient light and insufficient fill light at night. Besides this, its face recognition function had to overcome the issues of staff wearing safety hats and masks and certain personnel “refuse to cooperate”.
“Run Extreme Vision” is a smart monitoring system for safety that was jointly researched, developed and constructed by CR Power Hubei Power Plant and CR Power Technology Research Institute. “Run Extreme Vision” system combines smart image recognition technology and working environment in power plants. With high-definition camera as the front end and “Extreme Vision” algorithm platform as the core, “Run Extreme Vision” combines cloud video analysis technology, turning passive monitoring to active monitoring, unifying and integrating systems including video monitoring system, exit and entrance monitoring system, invasion alarm system and patrol system, realizing cross-system information and data exchange and automatic execution of alarm linked response and planning, achieving the goals to “prevent in advance, handling during the process and analyze afterwards” as well as truly improving the quality and efficiency of overall alarm linked capability and maintenance management capability throughout a power plant.
CR Power was listed on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on November 12, 2003 (stock number: 0836.HK). In March 2004, CR Power was added to Hang Seng Composite Industry Indexes (Utilities) and Hang Seng China-Affiliated Corporations Index. In May 2005, CR Power was incorporated into Morgan Stanley Capital International China Index. On 8 June 2009, the company formally became a constituent stock of the Hang Seng Index, making it the only Chinese invested power company that has been admitted to the Hang Seng Index. As at the end of 2017, CR Power’s total assets amounted to HK$220.972 billion and operational installed capacity amounted to 41,620MW, covering 28 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions. For 11 consecutive years, CR Power has been listed in the Platts Top 250 Global Energy Companies and the Forbes Global 2,000, ranking 71th and 775th respectively.
Since September 2017, in order to promote and perfect the “Run Extreme Vision” project, relevant staff worked extremely hard and overcame many difficulties. During the early stage of the construction of the project, due to relatively great interference from ambient light, the system faced difficulties including overcoming the impact of sunlight and shining angle in the day time and complex ambient light and insufficient fill light at night. Besides this, its face recognition function had to overcome the issues of staff wearing safety hats and masks and certain personnel “refuse to cooperate”.
Faced with the challenge, staff from the project team took the bull by the horns and eventually overcame the difficulty in face recognition, and met the requirements by detailed monitoring (such as face, vehicle features) under complex environment, greatly increasing recognition rate at night time.
As the project was formally implemented, the Extreme Vision system with intelligent recognition, security integration and threedimensional monitoring functions began to closely watch every corner of the power plant like a pair of eyes. The system is also like a mirror, reflecting employees’ weaknesses in safety protection. It is also much like a good friend, reminding employees to maintain a good working status on a daily basis. The Extreme Vision system not only strengthens safety monitoring and management by technical means but also brings safety to the minds of employees.
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