A short video that was posted on Facebook shows us a sneak-peek into Autel Robotics‘ production line. The 14-second clip shows Autel EVO II’s being put on a conveyor belt at the end of a production line.
Video clip provides sneak-peek into Autel’s production line
The video is recorded from one of the Autel EVO II’s that were on the belt and later discovered by its new owner, Christopher V. as Autel had apparently forgotten to remove the memory card.
Here’s what the new owner had to say:
These ladies forgot to remove the SD card on my drone during what looks like either some QA, labeling, or packaging step in the Autel factory.
We have seen similar videos before from DJI’s production facility. As drones are being finalized, the drone manufacturers typically run a number of tests to make sure that the drone works as intended. And, sometimes they do forget to remove the memory cards, which gives us a nice sneak-peek into how these drones are being made.
I wanted to embed the video directly from Facebook but was unable to. Instead, I uploaded it to Youtube and am sharing it with you from there. I hope that is ok with you, Christopher? And, thank you for sharing.
What do you think of the new Autel EVO II drones? Let us know in the comments below.
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