world is already a reality in games, interpersonal relationships, at
work, home, school and even in the medical area. Neoenergia follows
this innovation wave and now is adopting a more advanced technology,
unique in the electric sector in transmission business.
in May, in pilot project developed by the company, operators of three
substations - Sobral (CE), Fernão Dias (SP) and Baixo Iguaçu (PR) -
will receive wereables devices with remote technology tele-commanded
by voice (Hands-free Remote Collaboration Tool) that will support
operation and maintenance activities in transmission lines and
substations and will be able to share information, knowledge and
interact remotely, live, with each other. For example, a specialist
in São Paulo will be able to support and follow the actions of a
technician in field using this equipment, as if he/she was alongside.
using this device, which is adapted into the field employee’s
elbow, the specialist in a remote location has the same view of the
technician and is able to communicate with him/her through voice
commands. The equipment also enables the sharing of image documents,
audio and video in its screen.
is a milestone for national transmission segment and we are the
first-movers, by innovating through the use of technology. This
provide us more reliability and safety for the execution of field
activities, mainly in a period of social isolation”, highlights
Felipe Silva, Maintenance Engineering Manager at Neoenergia.
example, the technology will allow remote support from specialists,
who will not be required to move to the premises for assisting the
field team, the training on the performance of new roles and the
study of new equipment, as well as the recording of works. Benefits
are numerous, both to Neoenergia and the customer.
tool will help us to reduce the time for the analysis of causes of
big outages, leading to higher quality and continuity in the energy
supply, and its use will reduce costs with travels and training”,