SAN DIEGO, Jan. 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
RAN-DEE, home of the "Cow Copter," announced today that it will participate in AFBF's 2015 Annual Convention and IDEAg Trade Show, being held from January 9-14 in San Diego, California. Hosted by the American Farm Bureau Federation, the annual event draws more than 7,000 of the country's best farmers and ranchers by offering a preview into the future of agriculture through educational workshops, informative sessions on rural issues, the latest industry products, and networking opportunities. RAN-DEE will be exhibiting at booth #1115.
We have a working "Cow Copter" and have proprietary software that will display and analyze data in real time to make the correct business decisions with precise data, which is critical to the functioning of any agribusiness to succeed. Our offering is economically produced with off-the-shelf parts and 3-D printing. View the "Cow Copter" in action here: http://vimeo.com/user32147347/review/107591562/657889ef74
RAN-DEE has created a solution to maximize the efficiency of the cowboy/farmer using the "drones for good" philosophy and changing the name to "Unmanned Systems" for good. We utilize integrated software and imaging cameras that make operating the "Cow Copter" efficient and safe. We use the tagging system with unique RFID tags for each herd animal and follow and locate them with our "Cow Copter," providing real-time information to the herder to prevent loss of animals while saving time and money.
We have spoken to airport managers and industry leaders about projecting safety first and managing the UAV responsibly. We use a 54-point test before flying each mission, keep meticulous logs and always log flight plan data. We already use the black box on our copter to record flight data to analyze proficiency and safety concerns.
Finding, tracking, and saving livestock is our mission.
RAN-DEE is a Reno, Nevada based company in the service solution industry, offering effective real-time management for domesticated animals. RAN-DEE is also an image makeover leader for the drone/UAV industry, working to make the word "drone" a positive word in all cultures.
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