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Parrot S.A. (PARRO.PA)


Paris - Paris Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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8.85-0.04 (-0.45%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous close8.89
Open8.89
Bid14.05 x 15300
Ask0.00 x 14200
Day's range8.72 - 8.90
52-week range6.87 - 17.91
Volume44,686
Avg. volume51,421
Market cap262.32M
Beta0.04
PE ratio (TTM)-1.94
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters2 months ago

    Microsoft, Airbus climb aboard drones software firm AirMap

    AirMap, a start-up which has become the world's top supplier of air traffic management software for drones, is raising $26 million in new financing from a group of industry investors led by the venture capital investment arm of Microsoft. The group led by Microsoft Ventures also includes the venture capital unit of aerospace giant Airbus, chipmaker Qualcomm, Japanese tech firms Rakuten and Sony and China's Yuneec, a top drone maker. AirMap said it provides real-time traffic management services for 80 percent of all drones, including millions of robotic aircraft from hundreds of manufacturers, allowing drones and their controllers to share data needed to fly safely at low altitudes.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    A Windows for drone flight controllers? AirMap steps up funding

    AirMap, which has rocketed to become the world's top air traffic management software platform for drones, is raising $26 million in new financing from the venture arms of top tech firms ranging form Microsoft to Airbus. The start-up is taking funding from a group led by Microsoft Ventures and joined by the venture arms of aerospace giant Airbus, chipmaker Qualcomm, Japanese tech firms Rakuten and Sony and China's Yuneec, a top drone maker. AirMap provides real-time traffic management software for 80 percent of the world’s drones, including millions of drones from hundreds of manufacturers, allowing drones and their controllers to share data needed to fly safely at low altitudes.

  • MarketWatch2 months ago

    How DJI has crushed the consumer drone industry, and the rivals that could still take flight

    The consumer drone world is crashing beyond dominant market leader DJI, but there are other companies still fighting for the dwindling market share that DJI does not own.