Drone footage shows everything going on inside Tesla's Berlin Gigafactory
Drone videos of Tesla's factories have become quite popular over the years. There's this brilliant perspective on Tesla’s Gigafactory 1 in Nevada and this look at Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai, China, and many more.
But there's something particularly cool about the latest drone clip provided by Tesla and that is the fact that it was actually taken inside the Tesla Gigafactory in Berlin. The 2-minute video gives us an inside exclusive through the heart of the swanky and busy new factory.
It's shot so smoothly that we venture a guess that it is likely guided by an extremely capable drone pilot. The pilot's identity is not revealed but the company responsible for the footage is Skynamic, the same drone company that posted Elon Musk’s new dance video with a drone.
The video is not to be missed as it begins all the way outside of the factory showing footage of parked Tesla vehicles. The drone then carefully and skilfully swoops through a door inside the factory and proceeds to fly through the tight assembly lines.
It moves so precisely as to not hit or interact with any of the busy robotic arms that are doing their jobs. The end result is a clip that shows exactly how a Tesla assembly line works.
A team in the U.K. is developing small robots called 'Pipebots' that could work in underground pipe networks- in both clean water and sewers.