The FRIPON science project regroups all the national networks, with all the cameras monitored and remotely controlled by the Service Informatique Pythéas (SIP; Aix-Marseille University, France), which maintains the whole network with the support of the scientific team. All the data from the FRIPON network are stored and processed in Marseille, France. The data processing consists of monthly astrometric and photometric reduction of the calibration images and daily processing of multi-detections. Two databases host the data. One stores the raw data and the other stores higher-level, processed data, such as orbits and trajectories. These data are available with no restriction to all coinvestigators of the network. On request, national data can be sent to a different reduction pipeline for alternate processing and storage.