Recently, the south of China has sustained heavy rainfall, and some areas of Jiangxi, Hubei, Guangxi and other provinces have suffered from flood disasters. Flood control and flood fighting have entered a critical stage. In flood control, more scientific and technological means should be used to prevent and fight floods, so as to make flood control and flood fighting more intelligent and scientific, further improve the rescue efficiency and better protect the people's lives and safety.
On July 10, 2020, fire fighters are lifting the supporting pipes on the hand-carried motor pumps off the truck, preparing to put disaster-resistant drainage into the flooded community. (Photo by Ning Wenwu/Guangming Picture)
On July 14, 2020, in Suzhou, Jiangsu, several drainage equipment are draining Shihu Lake. (Photo by Li Junfeng/Guangming Picture)
On June 9, 2020, a helicopter was rescuing trapped people in Hengjian Village, Heping Town, Changxing County, Huzhou City, Zhejiang Province. (Photo by Tan Yunfeng/Guangming Picture)
Helicopters can cooperate to complete rescue work when heavy typhoons and continuous heavy rainfall cause sudden mass geological disasters in Heping Town, such as road power communication interruption, people trapped and other disasters.
On July 1, 2020, the ZU-1S amphibious unmanned aerial vehicle developed and manufactured by Anhui First Aviation Technology Co., Ltd. rolled off the assembly line in Zhengpu Port New Area. (Photo by Wang Wensheng/Guangming Picture)
On June 3, 2020, the Water Rescue Team of the Fire Rescue Detachment of Changde City, Hunan Province was training on water rescue robots. (Photo by Chen Zide/Guangming Picture)
The water rescue robot looks like a small boat, which can be commanded by the controller to quickly reach the person who fell into the water in the rapids. Compared with lifeguards, water rescue robots are not only faster, but also more people can be rescued at a time. It has an effective buoyancy of 40 kilograms and a towing force of 230 kilograms. Those who fall into the water can grab the ropes on both sides or lie on it.
On June 5, 2020, at the Ganjiang hydrological monitoring point in Baqiu Town, Xiajiang County, Ji'an City, Jiangxi Province, the staff of the county's Hydrological Station conducted hydrological survey and report in Baqiu water area of Xiajiang river. (Photo by Chen Fuping / photo by Guangming Picture)
On July 7, 2020, in the production control room of Liupan hydropower station, Guizhou Province, the personnel on duty are issuing the order of rainstorm patrol. (Photo by Hu Zhiqiang/Guangming Picture)
On July 7, 2020, near a river course in Ganghu village, Jiuguan Town, Nanxun District, Huzhou City, Zhejiang Province, the staff of the township's agricultural service center use UAVs to carry out flood control inspection. (Photo by Zhang Bin/Guangming Picture)
Because of its flexible flight performance and efficient and convenient image transmission ability, unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) has become the best choice for monitoring in the area where human can not reach. At present, all provinces (autonomous regions and cities) have applied UAVs to flood control and typhoon prevention on a large scale. UAV can not only monitor and early warning, but also throw life-saving equipment, which can win valuable time for subsequent rescue.