Aido uses SSL encryption to secure personal data sent to and from the cloud; Aido uses 256-bit AES encryption in the cloud; and digital certificates are used to authenticate devices.
The Aido SDK requires knowledge of the Python and C programming languages, and knowledge of how to build Android apps.
Aido only collects data it needs, keeps it encrypted, and doesn’t transmit any personal data back to our servers. All sensitive data like passwords are encrypted with 256-bit AES encryption to ensure that no one can ever gain access to them. Aido may collect some data anonymously for purposes of improving the product. You will have control of how much data Aido shares with us and can turn off sharing if you like.
Aido robots have cameras and microphones that are used to interact with users and to provide the photography and messaging applications. The only way for a remote user to enable the camera or microphone is through an authenticated Aido app on their mobile. Aido’s user interface makes it very clear to a user when they are engaged in a video or audio chat with others.