“The satellites in the sky became the 'big stewards' of our factory. We used satellite maps to find the goods...” Ms. Gong, who spoke on this, had already worked in the storage and transportation department of the sales branch of TBEA Shenyang Transformer Group Co., Ltd. For more than 10 years, he used to face hundreds of warehouses every day. He constantly looked for goods and shipped goods. He was so busy that he couldn't lift up his head. He was easily mistaken. Today, he has a high-end "assistant" - a GPS satellite map. Want to find the stock, a check that is known.

At 9:30 a.m. on September 9, the reporter went to the plant of the transformer substation of Shenyang Transformers Group, and was catching up with them to load a ±400 kV converter transformer to the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. This is a big guy with a room size. Its host parts are packed in more than 30 boxes and divided into more than 10 different warehouses in the factory. Gong Wei entered the job number of the transformer on a handheld GPS slightly larger than the mobile phone. The electronic map immediately showed the storage location of more than 30 hosts and boxes. Gong Wei and his coworkers “according to the map "The host parts of this transformer were sent to the station station in the factory area." After only half an hour, the train rang with a long buzz and it left the factory.

Gong Wei said that in the TBEA subsidence plant covering an area of ​​1,000 mu, there are 319 large and small storage areas; every day, there are several thousand main boxes, accessories boxes and hundreds of thousands of parts waiting for Gong Wei. And the workers are fully assembled in the storage area and then delivered to the logistics company. Due to the large factory area, too many spare parts, and the scattered storage locations, it is difficult to find these mainframes and spare parts.

He Wei, engineer of the TBEA Transformation Information Department, said that in June of this year, the company's engineering department was inspired by car GPS to apply this technology to large-scale industrial production. They printed one-dimensional bar codes that can be confirmed by GPS satellite systems. , All kinds of transformer products shipped out of the shop will be attached to the one-dimensional bar code into the warehouse, these bar code information will be immediately swept into the electronic map, all products will appear in the satellite's "view", the specific location accuracy can be achieved Within 10 meters.