Privacy Compliance Statement

At Aim Robotics, we prioritize the protection of your personal data and respect your privacy rights.This statement outlines how we collect, use, and safeguard your data.

WordPress Essential Cookies

Our website employs WordPress Essential Cookies, which are small text files placed on your device when you interact with our site. These cookies serve several essential functions aimed at improving user experience and enhancing website performance. It’s important to note that these cookies do not contain personally identifiable information (PII), ensuring your privacy remains protected.

What Exactly Is Stored?

These temporary cookies are essential for the proper functioning of our website. They allow you to navigate the site efficiently, store your preferences, and maintain your login session. Session cookies are deleted from your device once you close your web browser. They also help us remember your preferences, such as language preferences or display settings, so you don’t have to re-enter them each time you visit our site. This streamlines your browsing experience.

Managing Cookies

If you wish to change your cookie preferences or withdraw your consent at any time, you can do so by adjusting your browser settings. Most web browsers allow you to manage cookies through their settings. You can typically find these settings in the “Options,” “Preferences,” or “Settings” menu of your browser. Please note that blocking or deleting cookies may impact the functionality of the site. You are also free to contact us for more information.


Your Consent

When you first visit our Site, you will see a pop-up banner or notification at the bottom of the page that informs you about our use of cookies. By continuing to use the Site or clicking the “Accept” button on the pop-up banner, you are giving your explicit consent to our use of cookies as described in this statement.

Form Information

When you contact us for quotes, support or other inquiries, we may collect information through our contact forms. The data is stored only as long as is mutually beneficial regarding offers, an ongoing correspondence or the inquiry itself – this is to ensure relevance and accuracy.


Your Safety

We take data security seriously, implementing measures to protect your data from unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. For queries about our data privacy practices, please contact us directly.


Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have about your data safety or privacy.


  1. Data Subject Rights: GDPR grants individuals several rights, including the right to access their data, rectify inaccuracies, erase data (right to be forgotten), and object to processing.

  2. Consent: GDPR requires organizations to obtain clear and explicit consent before processing personal data, and individuals have the right to withdraw consent at any time.

  3. Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs): Organizations must conduct DPIAs for high-risk data processing activities to assess and mitigate risks to data subjects’ rights and freedoms.

  4. Data Protection Officer (DPO): Certain organizations are required to appoint a Data Protection Officer responsible for overseeing data protection compliance.

  5. Data Breach Notification: GDPR mandates the notification of data breaches to both supervisory authorities and affected individuals, in certain cases, within 72 hours of discovery.


  1. Right to Know: Californian consumers have the right to know what personal information businesses collect, sell, or disclose about them and request details of such information.

  2. Right to Delete: Consumers can request the deletion of their personal information held by businesses.

  3. Right to Opt-Out: Consumers have the right to opt out of the sale of their personal information to third parties.

  4. Non-Discrimination: Businesses are prohibited from discriminating against consumers who exercise their CCPA rights.

  5. Data Protection Officer (DPO): CCPA requires certain businesses to appoint a Chief Privacy Officer responsible for CCPA compliance.


  1. Consent: LGPD requires organizations to obtain clear and specific consent for data processing activities.

  2. Data Subject Rights: Individuals have the right to access their data, correct inaccuracies, delete data, and object to processing.

  3. Data Processing Records: Organizations must maintain records of data processing activities and make them available to the Brazilian Data Protection Authority (ANPD).

  4. Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA): DPIAs are mandatory for certain high-risk data processing activities.

  5. Data Transfer Restrictions: LGPD imposes restrictions on international data transfers, requiring adequate safeguards.


  1. Consent: PIPEDA requires organizations to obtain meaningful consent for the collection, use, and disclosure of personal information.

  2. Access to Personal Information: Individuals have the right to access their personal information held by organizations and request corrections.

  3. Data Breach Reporting: Organizations must report data breaches to the Privacy Commissioner of Canada and affected individuals when they pose a significant risk of harm.

  4. Accountability: Organizations are responsible for the personal information they collect and must have policies and practices in place to protect it.

  5. Cross-Border Data Transfers: PIPEDA regulates the transfer of personal information across borders, including to countries with different data protection standards.


  1. Consent: Individuals have the right to give or withhold consent for the use of cookies and similar tracking technologies when they visit websites. Websites must obtain explicit consent before placing non-essential cookies on a user’s device.

  2. Access: Individuals have the right to request access to their personal data that is processed by electronic communications service providers. This includes information about the type of data being processed, the purpose of processing, and any recipients of the data.

  3. Rectification: If the personal data held by electronic communications service providers is inaccurate or incomplete, individuals have the right to request corrections or updates to their data.

  4. Erasure (Right to be Forgotten): Under certain circumstances, individuals have the right to request the erasure of their personal data from electronic communications service providers’ systems. This right is subject to specific conditions and limitations.

  5. Data Portability: Individuals may have the right to request the transfer of their personal data from one electronic communications service provider to another. This right facilitates the switching of service providers while retaining personal data.

  6. Confidentiality of Communications: The ePrivacy Directive protects the confidentiality of electronic communications. Intercepting, monitoring, or disclosing the content of communications without the consent of the parties involved is generally prohibited, with some exceptions for law enforcement and security purposes.

  7. Notification of Data Breaches: Electronic communications service providers are required to notify individuals and relevant authorities of data breaches that could negatively impact the security and confidentiality of their personal data.

  8. Protection against Unsolicited Electronic Communications (Spam): The ePrivacy Directive includes provisions to combat unsolicited electronic communications, such as email spam and unsolicited marketing messages. Individuals have the right to opt out of receiving such communications.

  9. Limitations on Direct Marketing: Electronic communications service providers must obtain consent or rely on other legal bases for sending direct marketing communications to individuals. Individuals have the right to opt out of receiving marketing messages.



Your Options

Please note that we take your security seriously. You are welcome to contact us with any inquiries or question you may have about safety or privacy. As a user of our website you have the explicit right to exercise a number of actions, including but not limited to:

  1. Access: You have the right to access the personal information that organizations hold about you. This includes the ability to obtain copies of your data and understand how it is being used.

  2. Rectification: If you discover that your personal information is inaccurate or incomplete, you have the right to request corrections or updates to ensure the data is accurate.

  3. Erasure (Right to Be Forgotten): You can request the deletion or removal of your personal information from an organization’s records, under certain conditions.

  4. Inquiries/Information Request: You have the right to inquire about how your personal data is being processed, including why it’s being used and who it’s shared with. This also encompasses the right to ask questions and seek clarification about your data.

  5. Data Portability: You may request to receive your personal data in a commonly used and machine-readable format so that you can transfer it to another service or organization.

  6. Opt-Out: You have the right to opt out of certain data processing activities, especially for marketing purposes. This means you can request not to receive unwanted communications or have your data used for specific purposes.

  7. Non-Discrimination: When you exercise your data privacy rights, organizations are prohibited from treating you unfairly or discriminating against you. Your choices regarding data privacy should not negatively impact the services you receive.