With the purpose of announcing its 4G coverage, Norwegian mobile operator, Telia has revealed the ‘world’s first cake made by drones’, and it looks amazing.
Drones are dominating our lives more and more lately, and another project is in the market. Telia Company has claimed that it serves the best 4G coverage in Norway, so it mobilized drones to celebrate it.
As the video starts, drones begin to fly and carry the ingredients of the cake one at a time. They put the base, pour the icing, put the bon-bons on and decorate the stage.
No humans are involved in any of the processes. In the finale of the video, a banner shows up and says, “We celebrate Norway’s best 4G net!”
Let’s watch the video of Drones & Cake:
Daniell Ashby, the Drone Pilot, says,
Telia gave us the task to decorate a cake. The only thing is, we’re making it with drones. We are using racing drones, they are small and easy to operate which is important when you’re flying spongecake and smarties guns and flame throwers.
Martin Gautron, the Inventor, says,
All these devices are made from scratch in a DIY inspiration. We used lot of light materials like plastic, aluminum and oak; which is very strong and reliable for small parts. There’s a lot of trial and error back and forth. But that’s what you get when you’re baking cakes with drones.
The idea of becoming the world’s first cake made by drones is great. Drone and human relationships are getting closer and promoting this connection is trending at the moment.
We are already excited to see the next drone project!