Netfly has created the world’s first drone share service. Our company has also created the first drone service that allows you to remotely view and control your drone. What is drone share? It’s an innovative app that we’ve create which allows you to rent drones. It’s like a rideshare app for drones. People can register to be able to rent out their personal drones and like an uber driver, you make money for renting out your drone.

The Netfly app also allows you to remotely view drones around the world and even control them directly through a VR headset or through the app on your smartphone device. You’ll be able to travel around the world instantaneously, without ever having to leave the comfort of your home. This gives elderly, disabled people, busy people and lazy people alike the opportunity to easily experience the world.



Our business model allows drone owners to “rent out” their drones for these services. We get a commission every time someone uses drone share. Any drone can be used for this service. It’s a win-win, because many drones are expensive and cost more than 1000 dollars. This way, drone owners can recoup the cost of their expense and make money from their drone. At the same time, people don’t have to invest a large amount of money, just to use a drone for a day. Now, they can just use Netfly!



Perhaps the most ambitious part of our business is the ability for users to remotely control drones from our app. You can do this with a VR headset or through your smartphone. Netfly supports HTC Vive, Valve Index and Oculus Rift headsets.

Our team has already created the software and application for these services. Our minimum funding goal will allow us to do the following:

  1. Launch the Netfly app nationally in the United States and then subsequently in other countries.
  2. Develop and improve a network of drone shares which will allow users to rent a drone anywhere.
  3. Improve our VR control service and expand this service from Netfly drones, to other drone types.



Our separate service that allows people to view or remote control drones currently works on a prototype Netfly drone that we have developed. We will launch this service with our proprietary drones and with funding from investors, we will be able to expand this service for other existing drone models. With VR control and smartphone remote control, there are latency and compatibility issues that must be addressed. This is why the remote viewing and control service uses our proprietary drone right now.

In contrast, the drone share service which allows you to rent drones, works with all types of drones, because we’re just delivering a drone to you.

Netfly’s drone share service works by delivering a drone to you, so that you can use it for a certain period of time. Have you ever ordered from Uber Eats or maybe postmates? We use the same principle, where a driver delivers a drone to you. Once you are finished, you indicate that on the app and another driver will come to collect the drone.

A common question that we get is how does liability work with this service? It’s simple, both the client and the drone owner must sign an agreement which details liability and potential damages. This is done in the exact same way as when you rent a car. An additional layer of safety is provided by screening drone owners. We also have a review system for drone owners and drone renters. This will help to provide a quality experience for everyone.

According to research compiled by Comptia, a leading tech association, “Demand is strong. Drone Industry Insights projects the global market for drone technologies will reach $43.1 billion by 2024, up from $14.1 billion in 2018. That equates to a compound annual growth rate of 20.5%, easily outpacing CompTIA projections for the overall information technology industry (3-6% increases).



IDC predicts that the U.S. market for robotic/drone hardware will reach $9.2 billion in 2019, yielding a year over year growth rate of 15.6%, with robotics OT (operational technology) services reaching $3.4 billion in 2019, a year over year increase of 13%. For robotics/drone hardware, the U.S. represents about 14% of the global market.”(



This data means that the services sector for drones has already reached 3.9 billion per year. Our company’s drone share service and VR drone viewing service are poised to significantly expand the market for drone services. Within 2 years, total revenue for our services can easily reach 1 billion, if you look at examples of ride share disruptors like Uber, Lyft, Grab in Southeast Asia, and DD in China.

2020: Launch the Netfly App in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and other large cities in the U.S..

2021: Roll out the Netfly App nationwide in the U.S.. We will subsequently launch the app in Japan, the EU and other important markets. We would also like to launch an insurance plan for drone renters as an additional source of revenue for our company.

Launch our VR and smartphone remote control/viewing service worldwide using our proprietary drones. Develop and roll out this service for existing drones as well.




2022: Expand all Netfly services to as many global markets as possible, while adapting our business and service strategies to meet the needs of individual markets.

Provide different delivery methods for drones. Potentially, we can fly the drone directly to the renter, but we would need to develop software and logistics to support that.

We’d like to expand our services to include things like package and food delivery by drone.

There is no app that provides the services that we do. Netfly is a market innovator and a disruptor of the drone market. But our service will only add to the current drone market by making drones accessible to everyone and by making expanding what drones can be used for on a daily basis. Drone ownership will skyrocket beyond existing projections because our app allows you to make money from owning a drone. At the same time, people who cannot normally afford a drone, can reap the benefits of using one by downloading Netfly.