Lights Out: How a Car Accident Disrupted Power Supply? Hyundai Verna uproots heavy feeder utility poles
Accidents can happen anytime and anywhere, and it’s important to prioritize safety when driving on the road. But, what happens when an accident occurs, and impacts the electrical grid? In Dimapur’s Industrial Estate Colony, a Hyundai Verna rammed into a heavy feeder utility pole, causing significant damage to the electrical grid and disrupting the supply of electricity. Car occupants were safe. And no harm came upon anyone else as the road was fairly deserted in the early morning hours.
The heavy feeder utility poles were uprooted, leading to complete darkness in the affected area. Restoring power to the area was a complex and time-consuming process that involved fixing the poles with the help of heavy equipment and specialized/skilled workers. Once the pole was grounded, electrical lines had to be reconnected and tested before power could be safely restored.
Understanding Real-World Factors in Car Safety
When it comes to car safety, it’s crucial to have accurate information. Accidents happen, and people tend to have biases towards certain car brands or models. This can lead to comments that are not based on objective analysis of the accident or the vehicle’s safety features, resulting in incorrect assumptions and misguided conclusions about the safety of a particular vehicle.
Crash tests and safety ratings are based on controlled laboratory conditions for a specific rating. And testing conditions don’t necessarily reflect real-world factors. They include but are not limited to inclement weather, road conditions, overreliance on safety features, and driver behaviour/human error. Therefore, it’s crucial to prioritize safety and prevent accidents from happening in the first place, but when they do, it’s important to have a full understanding of the situation before making any judgments.
700 Robots and Counting: The Role of Automation in Car Manufacturing
Have you ever wondered how your car is built? Upcoming 2023 Hyundai Verna is a modern example of how advanced technology and quality assurance techniques are used in car manufacturing today.
Over 700 robots are used in the manufacturing processes at HMIL, ensuring optimized automation across the board and simultaneous quality inspection. Body-build line is IoT-enabled, which means it maximizes efficiency in building the car’s body shell. The sedan has undergone necessary road tests.
Intelligent Robots and Intricate Manufacturing Processes: The Making of the Hyundai Verna
2023 Verna’s structural connectivity and body stiffness are improved, with increased thickness of side reinforcement for cabin safety. Full automation is key to the manufacturing of the 1.5 Turbo GDi petrol engine. Engine is tested under simulated cold conditions.
More than 450 intelligent robots are used for welding and other intricate manufacturing processes. Following a few weeks of information inflow, 2023 Hyundai Verna launch is upon us at long last. Mark your calendar for March 21, 2023.