Yesterday we saw a new UAV video about Apple Park. In this video, Apple Park's visitor center, the historic barn, the pond and the newly planted trees have been built. But do not know if this will be the last one we see about Apple Park's UAV video.
Foreign media news that Apple is currently severely restricting the UAV in this area of the flight. Reported that even a special security officer is responsible for stopping the unmanned flight aircraft flying and shooting in the area.
Apple Park has not been the US Federal Aviation Administration FAA as no-fly zone. The FAA's current rule is that unmanned aerial vehicles must maintain a 360-foot distance from the building's structure and that the person responsible for controlling the UAV can not let the machine leave its line of sight.
If Apple can prove that UAV flights in the region will give them trouble, or illegal California law, then they still have the means to limit the UAV in this area of flight. UAVs landing in private territory or flying into these places may lead to alleged illegal intrusion.Since Apple broke ground three years ago, Apple Park is coming soon, during which we watched countless aerial videos and pictures about the progress of this new campus. Now with the new park put into use, Apple for security and privacy protection, may take measures to prohibit unmanned aerial vehicles and then continue to its new park aerial photography, after Apple Park aerial video is to see a little one, and cherish it.