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Invest in Jetoptera, Inc.

Commonplace aerial mobility for people and cargo with revolutionary Fluidic Propulsive System

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Investor Panel

Luke and Peter interviewed Jetoptera, Inc. on June 11, 2021. Play Video
Luke Iseman
Founder of boxouse, growerbot, Soil IQ, Dirtnail, and more. Former Director of Hardware at Y Combinator.
Peter Harris
Founding Partner at University Growth Fund
Strengths
says, "Ambitious plans to bring unique propulsion technology to aircraft at a variety of scales!"
says, "Fascinating technology and innovative approach that solves many of the key problems with localized flight solutions."
Advice
says, "I'd like to understand more about where you get to with this capital raise and how long it'll take."
says, "Building solutions to huge problems like this can create very strong barriers to entry, but can require a lot of time and funding to achieve success."

What Investors Say

LEAD INVESTOR
Invested $25,000 this round
Jetoptera has cracked the code on the flying car. Its bladeless fans and fluidic propulsion achieve quiet, fast, safe vertical and horizontal flight with a single system. Applications range from drones to large manned aircraft. This is the ideal vehicle for the age of urban air mobility. The technology is demonstrated in flight and protected by a portfolio of patents. The company has gained significant traction with government contracts and established industry partnerships. I am excited for the future of this technology.

In the news

Honeywell Engines to Power New Fluidic Propulsive System for the Defense Market
March 14, 2021
Honeywell is working with Jetoptera to power a revolutionary fluidic propulsive system (FPS) that will change the dynamic of forward flight operations within the defense industry.
USAF awards Small Business Technology Transfer contracts to Jetoptera
March 14, 2021
The US Air Force (USAF) has awarded Jetoptera two 2021 Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) contracts. Jetoptera has developed a Fluidic Propulsion System (FPS) is an approach to produce thrust for vertical take-off and landing (VTOL)-capable aircraft. Under the contracts, the company will work on the system's noise characterisation in an anechoic chamber wind tunnel.
Jetoptera uses air in a way to make it the best solution as a flying car! Two Pilots discuss!
February 22, 2021
Show 18Jetoptera the super flying car, Boeing 777 engine out over Denver, Mars rover update, Elon Musk wins against the FAAMike and Corey discuss topics from...
Jetoptera's Bladeless Propulsion System
February 18, 2021
In this video we will be looking at Jetoptera's Bladeless Propulsion System that utilizes fluid induction.There are several advantages of doing this speciall...
Breakthrough Fluidic Propulsion System Could Power the Drones & Aircraft of Tomorrow
March 13, 2020
The props on today's aircraft are inefficient, noisy & dangerous - but an innovative new bladeless propulsion system offers an alternative for 21st century aviation. We're joined by Dr. Denis Dancanet, the CEO of Jetoptera, an aerospace startup developing lightweight commuter VTOL aircraft using a revolutionary technology called the Fluidic Propulsive System™.
GE Aviation and Jetoptera join forces on Fluidic Propulsion System technology demonstrator
September 19, 2018
Jetoptera and GE Aviation have agreed to jointly demonstrate a 500-pound-force (lbf) class Fluidic Propulsion System TM leveraging a gas generator based on GE Aviation's H-Series turboprop engine. This is the first step towards a fully customized gas generator which will lead to a Jetoptera 500 VTOL full flight demonstrator.
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