Drones: DJI products respect data privacy

DJI is a world leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology. Many private companies and government agencies have proven the safety of DJI products. They are devices made for professionals. German testing and certification company TÜV SÜD’s new assessment audit focused on similar implementations of safety features.  


DJI Mavic 3, Mini 2 and Air 2S drones were analyzed, as well as the DJI Fly app for iOS and Android, all aimed at the consumer market. They reviewed cybersecurity protocols for DJI drones used in sensitive government and commercial operations.


DJI builds robust data protections into all of our products, and our Enterprise customers know their professional drones and apps are built from the ground up to protect their photos, videos, and flight logs. With this new TÜV SÜD audit, DJI can also offer the same assurance to people around the world who use our consumer products. From a small drone in a backyard to a large drone in a life-or-death public safety operation , a wide variety of independent experts have proven that DJI products give their users full control over their data.

Christina Zhang, Senior Director of Corporate Strategy at DJI

The German company also performed a separate evaluation of the DJI Matrice 300 drone, the DJI Pilot flight control app and the DJI Assistant 2. These are Enterprise products designed for professional users. Testing has proven that the products have comprehensive security features to protect and sensitive information. The drone ensures compliance with selected NIST and ETSI cybersecurity standards. The DJI brand ensures its customers the best standards of data security and guarantees the confidence in its cutting-edge products .


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