- He takes care of an aquatic drone in search of miners in Coahuila.
- Mining activity will have to consider more technological options.
- We use technology for our daily activities.
Mexico City. The technological advancements we have in this 2022 are available to preserve people’s lives, make day-to-day more productive, and make daily processes more efficient, as demonstrated by the Organization for Interdisciplinary Projects and Supply (PSI-Mexico). Having said.
As an example, the President of the Board of Directors of PSI-Mexico, Ezequiel Aguíniga, highlighted that the armed forces had developed a technical device (aquatic drone) to enter the tunnel of the “El Pinabette” mine falling from the water in Sabinas. ) is used. Coahuila.
“The technology supports remote access to the sinkhole and thus contributes with a clear and accurate image of the interior of the place so that rescuers know in advance what conditions they will face to rescue the ten people trapped inside the mine. will do.” They said.
He explained that, compared to the accident recorded in the same area, but in 2013, “today, these technical teams support the tasks of the rescue teams of the Ministry of National Defense (Sedena), to extract water from inside the same sinkholes, wells and wells.” than to determine the amount of water in.
Engineer Ezequiel Aguíniga stressed that entrepreneurs who are dedicated to this economic task in the country should consider resorting to the use of technology for a quick and effective rescue from this disaster, in the event of a disaster.
“Not only to support the extraction of minerals, but also to accurately locate our crews in such a case, as a remote locator may trigger a hypothetical rescue in the event of an accident; exceptional drilling for rescue purposes.” Even with that,” he said.
Ezequiel Aguíniga warned that today the same technology allows placing a mobile phone into a device, a technology that connects to more than a thousand seismic sensors located across the country, known as seismic alerts.
He recalled that Guerrero at dawn last Wednesday was accompanied by a quake that was recognized by technical applications, but the capital’s seismic alert did not do so in different parts of the city.
“It is prudent that people living in the metropolitan area of the Valley of Mexico have these types of technological applications in their cell phone equipment to save the lives of themselves and their loved ones,” he stressed.
He cautioned that today, between technology and the use of the Internet, the options for developing technological applications are endless, to request food from a market or store, to preserve people’s lives, or to serve in the event of an emergency or disaster. to reduce the risk of.