Former Co-Founder of Amazon Prime Air Hired By Volansi as New CTO — Daniel Buchmueller

Volansi, Inc., an on-demand drone delivery service, is pleased to announce its recent hire of Daniel Buchmueller as Chief Technology Officer. Buchmueller, a pioneering force within the drone delivery industry, will spearhead engineering efforts at Volansi, as well as set the direction for the company’s future unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) and systems technology.

Prior to joining Volansi, Buchmueller was Vice President, Head of Drone Cargo by Airbus and Co-Founder of Amazon PrimeAir, as well as Director of Engineering at Flatiron Health.

“I was attracted to Volansi after seeing the VOLY C10 fly. What they are doing is real and now,” Buchmueller said. “I believe in the company’s mission to make the world of the future a more accessible place and I think that UAV technology is the best multiplier to truly create change.”

Known across the industry as a passionate and fearless engineer, Buchmueller has extensive experience leading teams. “The incredibly talented people, the professionalism of Volansi’s flight operations, the culture instilled in the company, and the pragmatic execution of customer projects is ultimately what excites me the most about joining the team,” said Buchmueller. “These are the building blocks that will allow us to make the impossible possible within the drone delivery industry.”

“We are excited to have Daniel join our leadership team,” Hannan Parvizian, Co-Founder and CEO of Volansi, said. “We believe our technology is part of a global revolution in transportation, and Daniel is the kind of bold thinker we need to help Volansi revolutionize the way the world thinks about deliveries and how goods move.”

About Volansi

Volansi provides fast, on-demand aerial delivery services for time-critical shipments over long ranges. We build and operate long-range, heavy-payload drones for commercial, defense, and humanitarian applications. Leveraging drone technology as a transportation method, we help our customers gain control of their supply chain by delivering critical equipment (and aid) where it otherwise faced unpredictable delays – helping to save time, money, and lives. To learn more, visit www.flyvoly.com.