RAN-DEE, a Nevada Corporation, presents Kestrelfindme.com at AUVSI 2014

ORLANDO, Fla., May 14, 2014 -- AUVSI 2014 -- Primary collaborating founders Dr. Dee, the ER doc, and the computer engineer Randy Pressley formed a unique solution which is practical and easy to use for nanotech and flying experts but answers questions. Kestrelfindme.com offers easy-to-fly copters with the latest technology and the customized software to answer the questions that search and rescuers, law enforcement, and agribusiness men have. Where is the missing hiker? Where and how are the cows, sheep, and horses? Just like a kestrel, it will find its prey.


The copter is small in size but big in results; the key to the flight is the programing and the training. We conform to current FAA standards and are eco-friendly.

RAN-DEE works on making your small or large needs our priority. We bring our varied backgrounds to create an evolution of the robotics to use them responsibly and creatively. RAN-DEE also offers the latest 3D printing and makes use of off the shelf parts.

Experience "cow copter" madness.

What do you want Kestrel to find?

Interested in More? Visit our booth 2551 at AUVSI 2014 or view our online press kit: http://www.virtualpressoffice.com/kit/fw2q

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