Founded in 1994 by Henri Seydoux, Parrot creates, develops and markets technologically advanced consumer products for Smartphones and tablets.
Parrot offers the most extensive range of hands-free communication systems for vehicles on the market. Its globally recognized expertise in the fields of mobile connectivity and multimedia centered on Smartphones has positioned Parrot as a key player of in-car infotainment.
Additionally, Parrot designs high end wireless multimedia products dedicated to sound, and explores new possibilities in Bluetooth Smart technology.
Finally, Parrot is expanding on the UAV market with the Parrot AR.Drone, the first quadricopter piloted via Wi-Fi, and new solutions to address the UAV market for professional use.
Parrot, headquartered in Paris, currently employs more than 850 people worldwide and generates the majority of its sales overseas.
Parrot has been listed on NYSE Euronext Paris since 2006. (FR0004038263 – PARRO)
More information: www.parrot.com / www.ardrone.com / www.parrotoem.com
Eurolist by NYSE Euronext Paris
symbol PARRO, Code ISIN FR0004038263
ISO TS 16949
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‘Conflict Minerals’ refers to minerals or other derivatives (specifically, Tin, Tantalum, Tungsten, and Gold) mined in the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and in the adjoining countries where the use of the Conflict Minerals may be directly or indirectly financing human rights violations or benefiting armed groups in those countries. In July 2010, the United States adopted the section 1502 of Dodd-Frank Financial Reform and Consumer Protection Act requiring all US public companies and their suppliers to disclose the chain of custody usage of conflict minerals.
PARROT fully supports this legislation and its position is to avoid the use of conflict minerals.
PARROT does not procure Conflict Minerals directly from mines or smelters; nevertheless PARROT has begun to embark upon the process of working with our suppliers to ensure that no conflict minerals will be used in our products in line with EICC/GeSI Standard.
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