EWOOTEC, a Korean power equipment manufacturer, celebrates its 21st anniversary EWOOTEC holding an event to commemorate the 21st anniversary at the headquarters, and all employees pray for future development
Oct 05, 2020, 03:46
Founded in 1999 and celebrated its 21st anniversary this year, EWOOTEC, a Korean power equipment manufacturer, held the 21st anniversary event with all employees in the conference room of the headquarters on August 3rd.
At this event where the CEO of EWOOTEC, Pyeong Kim, executives, and all the employees gathered, EWOOTEC created a warm atmosphere by taking each other's hard work and confessing our grievances, pledged to become a future that overcomes difficulties.
At the event, the CEO said, “EWOOTEC, who has celebrated its 21st anniversary this year, expresses gratitude to the employees who have endured through a lot of hardships and made a lot of progress. This year, although the sales was down in the first half of the year due to the COVID-19, I hope that everyone will make an effort to have a better second half.”
Founded in 1999, EWOOTEC implemented the management system after three years of starting a technology research on the field of underground burial detection with Sungkyunkwan University and KAIST. This system is a solution that detects the location of underground objects through GIS (Geographic Information System) and a magnetic field-forming material called 'Magnetic Marker', and then draws a map under the ground. GIS refers to a comprehensive information system designed to create and manage maps and geographic information using a computer, collect, analyze, and process the corresponding data to apply to all fields related to terrain.
The underground map drawn through this detection method converts the location, depth, and other attributes of the buried object into a database. And since it is transferred to local governments after the official examination of the survey results, accidents can be fundamentally prevented during various underground excavation works or maintenance.
In addition, since it uses a magnetic sensor called Fluxgate for the first time in Korea, the detection error range due to high voltage line communication or metal materials is only within 5cm, so it is possible to draw the most accurate underground property map.
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