Sunflower Labs combines Swiss craftsmanship and engineering with Silicon Valley startup culture. We’re leveraging years of experience building consumer products to design insightful home security.
Member of the founding team at Evernote, where he served as VP of partnerships, developer relations and hardware products integration. He has over a decade of experience managing distribution channels, relationships with major OEMs, retailers, and telecoms.
An aerospace engineer with 15 years of experience in avionics software and hardware development. He developed drones to conduct atmospheric measurements around tornados. Chris has led engineering teams and managed multimillion-dollar aviation projects, developing FAA-certified products that sold to Embraer, Fokker, and the Swiss and German Air Forces. Most recently, Chris was a project manager at Ruag Aviation and engineering manager at Sagetech and Freeflight Systems. He holds a masters in aerospace engineering.
An expert in designing high-durability systems for extreme environments, Chris worked on embedded systems at Flarm Technology, SAFEmine, and Hexagon. He holds a masters in electrical engineering from ETH Zurich.
An early-stage administration specialist with years of experience in Silicon Valley, Eveline established Evernote GmbH in Zurich and managed HR, administration, and finance there. Previously, she was a startup setup and incubation specialist at Mountain Partners Group.
A vision-based position estimation expert and experienced drone builder, Nicolas holds a masters in robotics systems and control from ETH Zurich.
Previously a researcher in fiberoptic technologies at the Fraunhofer Institute, Nelson was also a lead embedded firmware engineer at SAFEmine and Hexagon. He holds a masters in electrical engineering from Beuth Hochschule Berlin.
A cross-discipline software architect and developer with 15 years of software engineering experience, Gabriel was the technical lead for Evernote Clearly and Web Clipper at Evernote. Before that, he founded Readable, which was acquired by Evernote.
A competitive soccer robot engineer, Patrick holds a micro-engineering degree from EPF, Lausanne.