Giga Texas Steel Structure is complete!

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The answer is in the very first shot of the above video….

Tesla Cybertruck Giga Texas Steel Structure is complete! 1637360617567


See the guy sneaking in through the he culverts!

That’s gotta be an easy in for the drone!!

I know the culverts don’t actual go inside the factory. It was meant as a joke
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The answer is in the very first shot of the above video….

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See the guy sneaking in through the he culverts!

That’s gotta be an easy in for the drone!!

I know the culverts don’t actual go inside the factory. It was meant as a joke
LOL. I can hear the soundtrack of Mission Impossible in the background here.
 

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Hmmm.... I'm thinking that a drone with the loud props might just be a little difficult to ghost into a building. Someday not too into the future though there will be drones the size of flies. They will be much easier to ghost into a building. Hmmm... I wonder how long it will be till we have current sized drones that act as aircraft carriers with multiple fly-sized spy drones to penetrate structures. The parent drone could fly to the building and deploy flies at various doors to hang on the wall and wait for a door to open. Then the parent can pull back and set down to wait too. when a door opens, the fly jumps inside and explores a bit. Before running out of battery, it waits back at the door for it to open again. Then at the next opportunity flies back to the parent drone. From there they all go home. A little Sci-Fi at the moment but probably not out of reach in the next 10 years.
Are you talking about the secret Tesla drone that’s coming out in a month or 2.
 

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Are you talking about the secret Tesla drone that’s coming out in a month or 2.
You mean the one controlled with the secret Tesla cell phone?

May...be...?
 


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Hmmm.... I'm thinking that a drone with the loud props might just be a little difficult to ghost into a building. Someday not too into the future though there will be drones the size of flies. They will be much easier to ghost into a building. Hmmm... I wonder how long it will be till we have current sized drones that act as aircraft carriers with multiple fly-sized spy drones to penetrate structures. The parent drone could fly to the building and deploy flies at various doors to hang on the wall and wait for a door to open. Then the parent can pull back and set down to wait too. when a door opens, the fly jumps inside and explores a bit. Before running out of battery, it waits back at the door for it to open again. Then at the next opportunity flies back to the parent drone. From there they all go home. A little Sci-Fi at the moment but probably not out of reach in the next 10 years.
Disposable mini-drones.

When their battery runs low, they hide themselves in people’s sandwiches where they are consumed and all evidence of their existence is flushed away.
 

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At their current pace of assembly over the last week or so, for everyone impatiently watching for over a year.. its gonna be satisfying watch that last row of steel going up tomorrow on all the drone videos!
Tesla Cybertruck Giga Texas Steel Structure is complete! nz-drone-hero-01
 

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It was pretty clear that they wouldn't finish on friday because the last row of those weird beams is one row shy of the end of the building, but it should be soon.
 
 




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