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Rugged & Portable ROVs
Also called Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs), underwater robots or underwater drones; our Remotely Operated Vehicles are the perfect tool to conduct underwater inspections. Between the DTG3 ROV and REVOLUTION ROV, we have the solution for you.
Inspired by adventure. Built for function.
Deep Trekker makes tough tasks, easy. We listen. We empower. We seek to develop the most durable, innovative, portable and affordable underwater ROVs and submersible robots to solve a suite of environmental and industrial situations.
The Deep Trekker Difference
Easy to Use
Designed with the operator in mind. All in one handheld controller and intuitive piloting system.
Battery power operation provides a truly portable solution. Freedom to move and deploy without the need for topside power.
Built to last and designed to safely conduct underwater inspections in harsh environments.
Innovative solutions for applications big and small. Suitable for all budgets.
Our larger ROV has not been on a job site because its use was not anticipated and its footprint was just too large. We purchased the DTG2 to fill the gap we had. It’s small, very portable and the video feed is reasonable. We have shelved drop cameras that cost more than this unit.
Operations Officer, Environment Canada
Nice and handy ROV. A perfect alternative to divers when you need eyes underwater. Virtually no preparation needed. Just bring the case to your work site, take out the ROV, connect the remote and throw it into the water.
We highly recommend this company to anyone in need of a ROV. Virtually no down time!
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