Since construction started on Apple Park years ago, the world has been treated to beautiful aerial imagery of the corporate campus from drone pilots Duncan Sinfield and Matthew Roberts. Today, Sinfield posted the video seen below on his YouTube channel along with a note that indicates that Apple might be using anti-drone technology to detect sUAS and that it's "only a matter of time until the campus becomes shut-off to drones completely."
In his note, Sinfield says that Apple security usually shows up at his takeoff point "in 10 minutes or less." That indicates that the company could be using tech from Dedrone or a similar firm to detect when drones are flying over the campus, then pinpointing the location of the pilot with that same technology. Sinfield says that:
It's likely that Apple and other large corporations may soon start having the airspace over their campuses designated as no-fly zones, or even begin using devices like Battelle's DroneDefender to stop overflights.