The video, which can be viewed at the end of this story, was shot on July 6 and released on Aug. 9.
The video shows a drone flying above the United States Capitol building, which is used as the White House.
The drone captures the moment when a person or object touches the ground, then begins to spin around and scan the ground.
It then zooms in on the Capitol itself, and a person appears to fall down the stairs as the drone flies by.
The video then cuts to the Capitol and a crowd of people gathering on the lawn, including House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Rep. John Conyers Jr.
The drone is a “scan electromagnetic pressure switch” type device, according to Fox News.
The company’s website explains that the pressure switch will detect if the electromagnetic pulse it sends out is being detected by a spacecraft or a drone.
It’s unclear why the device was not detected earlier by a space-tracking device, the company said in a statement to Fox.
The Capitol building is used for government events.
It was the site of the last time President Donald Trump visited the building before the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.