The CEPA Foundation highlights Correct-Ai’s versatile PROX-EYE™ system
Updated: Jun 9
On May 18, 2022, the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) Foundation published an article, “Weld Shack Safety for Pipeline Workers,” highlighting the automated weld shack built by Correct-Ai for SA Energy Group. The modified PROX-EYE™ Proximity Detection System identifies any humans present within the weld shack to ensure worker safety.
The CEPA article shines a light on how artificial intelligence can be evolved and adapted to optimize safety in countless industries in new and innovative ways.
“Correct-Ai heard our concerns about false activations of the braking systems and were able to introduce further refinements to their system to minimize the possibility of any potential false triggers caused by non-human detection, such as ground movement,” SA Energy spokesperson.
Correct-Ai enhanced the weld shack safety system by utilizing their highly trained AI Personnel Detection system used to detect humans, as well as a motion sensor, to trigger the brake on the crane, halting all motion. Through intelligence and precision, Correct-AI’s adapted PROX-EYE™ system greatly mitigates the potential for crane movement and resulting safety issues when a worker is in the weld shack. It also further demonstrates the diverse application of the Correct-Ai technology.
Correct-Ai is grateful for the recognition and appreciation of the CEPA Foundation for our company’s dedication to worker safety. Correct-Ai is committed to continuing to pave the way for AI integration in workplace safety in any industry.
To read the full article on our adapted PROX-EYE™ system, visit the CEPA site!
To learn more about Correct-AI or our products visit our website at correct-ai.com