Drones 101: A Super-Simple Beginner’s Guide to Drones

By March 12, 2018Articles

Invest in a Drone Company – Non-U.S. Investors


Drones, also called UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) have been around since the early twentieth century. Well, not on that scale to be fair but they were there; on a very limited scale.  The commercialization of drones has taken place in the very recent past and if you don’t know much about drones, we can bet on the fact that you are not alone.

Drones are cool as anything and learning about them is going to be fun; and today is a very good day to learn about what drones are what you can do with them.

Let’s get started with the drones then!

What are drones?

In purely technical terms, a drone is an unmanned aerial vehicle that flies on its own.

A drone is simply a mechanical object that can fly. Larger commercial drones come with a remote control that has buttons to power up the drone and control its aerial movements. Now there are many different types of drones available, each serving its own purpose, some might have a camera mounted on their body; some might have other sensors like infrared for firefighting and search and rescue.

Are drones hard to fly?

Well, it depends on the functionality of a drone. Luckily, drones are getting better and some of them have a One-Touch feature which means you can fly or land a drone with a single touch.

That said, operating drones depends on the complexity of the function that a drone is performing. For example, if you are taking an aerial shot of a musical concert, you should have some flying skills and training to maneuver to drone in the right places at right times.

However, if you are trying to fly a, let’s say, JETJAT Nano in your backyard, you don’t need to be a pro.

Where best to buy drones?

Drones are easily available at all the online retailers and also on the business sites of drone manufacturers. But again, it depends on why you need to buy them.  As you are new to the world of drones, we suggest you start simple and then move up to sophisticated drones with more advanced features.

Let us suggest a drone company that has an exciting series of drone models for all types of buyer. Mota Group, a San-Jose, California based Drone Company, makes quality drones that that affordable and durable in a range of capabilities from matchbook sized to large commercial workhorses.

For starters, you can buy a JETJAT Nano, world’s smallest and lightest drone.  If you get used to it and want to up your game, you can buy from a series of advanced drones that come with features such as high-quality camera, HD video, object following, longer battery life, and many such exciting features.

To get more information on Mota and its IPO, non-U.S. investors please click here.


The company has filed a Regulation A+ offering statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in regards to a sale of its common stock. Our SEC filing can be retrieved from http://go.mota.com/703.

This program is on a first-come, first-served basis and is available only for Non-US Persons who are not in the United States. In order for us to be able to issue the shares to you, you should review the material at http://go.mota.com/708 and certify that:

1) You are not a U.S. citizen or resident (Not a U.S. Person).

2) You first received an offer to participate in the Program and agreed to purchase the drones while outside the United States.

3) You understand that the shares issued under the Program will be non-transferable and non-voting until the later of one year after issuance or the date on which a trading market develops for the company’s common stock on a U.S. securities exchange or in the over-the-counter market in the United States.

4) You further agree to resell the common stock received in the Program only in accordance with the provisions of SEC  Regulation S,  pursuant to registration under the Securities Act, or pursuant to an available exemption from SEC registration; and agree not to engage in hedging transactions with regard to such securities unless in compliance with the Securities Act and other applicable laws.


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