This is how the most popular drones in the world are made

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In a special video, he gave an insight into the production of Mavic 2 Zoom, one of the world’s largest drone manufacturers, DJI in China. The video could even be a cut-out scene from a sci-fi movie, with such a degree of automation at the giant company that man barely intervenes in assembling the drones.

The aircraft themselves perform the first test flight and calibrate a number of important systems using QR codes.This, of course, requires huge computing capacity, advanced artificial intelligence, and a high-quality 4G or 5G wireless connection between central units and drones, similar to mobile networks. Although the process is very well developed, it is far from perfect: before the first flight, all DJI products must be calibrated once more by the customer according to the instructions for use.

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