Zipline Stock

flyzipline.comTransportation / Delivery servicesFounded: 2011Funding to Date: $833.01MM

Zipline manufactures and operates an automated drone delivery service. Zipline’s proprietary technology is behind the distribution of blood and vaccinations in developing and underdeveloped nations as well as Walmart home delivery. Zipline, formerly known as Romotive, was founded by Keller Rinaudo and Dr. Keenan Wyrobek in 2009 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Management Team

Keller Rinaudo
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Deepak Ahuja
Chief Financial Officer and Chief Business Officer
Liam O'Connor
Chief Operating Officer
Ashley Chandler
Chief Marketing Officer
Keenan Wyrobek Ph.D
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer, Product Architect & Board Member
Maggie Jim
Head of Finance

Board Members

Alfred Lin
Sequoia Capital
Susan Choe
Katalyst Ventures
Paul Hewson
The Rise Fund

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News Highlights

Walmart is bringing drone deliveries to 1.8 million more Texas households
Walmart is expanding its drone delivery program to 1.8 million more households in Texas. The retailer says its drone deliveries now cover 75 percent of the population in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area, all thanks to partnerships with drone startups Wing and Zipline. Walmart launched its drone delivery program with Zipline and DroneUp in Arkansas in 2021 before expanding it to more states in 2022. The newly expanded service in Texas allows customers living within 10 miles of a participating Walmart to get items delivered to their homes via drone.
Zipline flies without ground observers: ‘Holy grail’ of drone approvals
Delivery drone startup Zipline completed its first beyond-the-visual-line-of-sight drone flight in the U.S. with no visual observers on November 24, 2023. To accomplish this, Zipline received a waiver from the Federal Aviation Administration, which requires humans to be on the ground to oversee every drone flight. With this waiver, Zipline can increase its U.S. route length and reduce its need for human capital that would otherwise be for visual observation.
Zipline and Cleveland Clinic Partner on Prescription Drone Delivery
Cleveland Clinic, considered one of the top hospital systems in the world based on rankings by outlets such as U.S. News & World Report and Newsweek, is partnering with drone delivery provider Zipline to fly certain medications directly to patients’ porches, patio tables, or front steps starting in 2025. Deliveries will be made using Zipline’s Platform 2 (P2) delivery system, which is designed to complete 10 sm (8.7 nm) trips to dense, urban areas in about 10 minutes.
Updated on: May 23, 2024


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