CueTech Korea succeeded in commercializing the manhole remote monitoring system for the first time in Korea and successfully completed the delivery of the air force unit. According to the closed space work guidelines of the Occupational Safety and Health Standards, four harmful gases (CO, CO2, CH4, H2S) and oxygen (O2) concentrations are detected to maintain a safe working environment, and to prevent safety accidents in advance with alarm functions such as water level and lid opening inside the manhole. 

In particular, the development of antennas capable of wireless remote transmission inside the manhole, an underground enclosed space, solved the remote transmission and reception problem, which has been a major barrier to the development of the manhole remote monitoring system.

Starting with the three air force units this year, it will be applied to 18 air force units in 2022, and it is expected that the market will expand significantly in the future due to inquiries from airports, local governments, and KT.