Volatus Infrastructure has partnered with Valqari in order to incorporate Valqari Drone Delivery Stations at every Volatus electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) infrastructure location.
Both company teams are also co-creating a cargo hub using Volatus’ modular design and eVTOL technology and Valqari’s patented package sorting system.
Chicago-based Valqari builds patented drone mailboxes and vertiports. The company claims it has solved the ‘last inch’ logistic problem with its patented Drone Delivery Station, a universal six-locker system. Valqari has 28 granted patents in 16 countries and territories including: the US, the UK, Germany, China, Hong Kong, Macau, Australia, South Africa and several other countries in the European Union.
Volatus Infrastructure’s eVTOL infrastructure technology aims to ensure society is ready for the future. The company offers three main vertiport designs, a vehicle agnostic charging station, plus an app and maintenance programs.
“Valqari’s technology and ours flow seamlessly together making this partnership an easy decision,” said Volatus Co-Founder, Grant Fisk. “Using Valqari’s autonomous package sorting system in our cargo hub allows both companies to achieve vital growth and shape the future of the supply chain market.”
“Valqari’s partnership with Volatus allows our autonomous and touchless shipping and delivery system to magnify in scale,” said Ryan Walsh, Valqari Co-Founder and CEO. “We have common goals and a shared passion to see this vision come to life. This partnership allows us to collaborate on the complex challenges our market faces in unique and groundbreaking ways.”