Drone Maker Parrot to Supply 300 ANAFI Micro UAVs to France
Meets stringent cybersecurity standards
ANAFI USA meets the DGA requirements in terms of security- Securing connection, data and firmware: it meets the most stringent cybersecurity standards. A digital signature protects against malicious attempts to modify the drone’s software.
The drone allows mission data to be recorded only on the ground segment, not in the air vector, extracted afterwards for analysis, by physical connection. ANAFI USA has a secure WPA2 connection and open protocols that guarantees confidence in the interoperability of recorded data for confidential missions.
Data stored in Europe
The drone and its piloting application operate without requiring internet access. Data processing is subject to the strictest standards of the GDPR (General Regulations on Data Protection). All drone data is fully under the control of the user. When it is shared, the data is stored on secure servers in Europe.
Henri Seydoux, Chairman, CEO, founder and main shareholder of Parrot concludes: “We are very proud to have won this tender from the DGA and to keep working on further opportunities with the USA. It is the fruit of the meticulous work carried out by our teams in France for more than 2 years, and that of 10 years of expertise.”