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Why People LOVE Deep Trekker

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We use this ROV extensively doing pipeline surveys, and for water tower inspections. the maneuverability and portability are huge pluses. and the video quality is better than that on our larger (and much more expensive) unit. overall, an excellent piece of kit.

- Dave Fraser

Owner/Operator at Sunset Diving
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"A clever machine made by clever people."

-Leslie Brix-Nielsen

Principal Partner at Norrelid & Associates
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"We would not be able to conduct such operations if it weren't for the ability and durability of our equipment."

-Justin Dee

Owner at ROVEAL

 

 

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Deep Trekker and the Wreck of the W. L. Wetmore

Before Deep Trekker was even born, President Sam Macdonald had a love of diving and exploring the many sites in the Great Lakes. The same passion that fuelled the start of the company brought Sam to explore many shipwrecks sitting on the bottom of Lake Huron and the other Canadian Great Lakes. Exploring wrecks sitting… Read More »
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Underwater Drones and Monitoring your Hull’s Paint Job

Last April we posted a blog that explored the prime reasons ship owners and operators should inspect their hulls on a regular basis. From paint jobs to contraband inspections, monitoring the status of a vessel’s hull is important to ensure the integrity of the structure and to reduce damage and the costs of wear and… Read More »
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Underwater Drones Improving Shellfish Aquaculture

Deep Trekker has led the way for mini-ROVs in the aquaculture industry around the globe. The low cost, complete portability and ease of use, have already made the Deep Trekker DTG2 ROV the “go-to tool” for finfish farms around the world. (For a recap on the top mini-ROV uses on aquaculture sites follow the link… Read More »

 

 

 

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Some people call it an underwater robot or an underwater drone, the technical term is really “remotely operated vehicle” or “ROV” and those that are ROV pilots understand this term. But hey, what about the rest of us, what does that mean? Is it on land, air or water? Well, ROV implies ‘underwater remotely operated vehicle’. It is essentially a remote control underwater camera. Yes, it’s like having your own personal diver to perform all of those intricate and difficult jobs without ever having to pay someone to get in the water.

Quickly and efficiently inspect underwater infrastructure, record aquaculture net inspections, inspect pipelines and tanks without diver intervention, and more. Record your inspections for documentation all using a Deep Trekker ROV with underwater camera. HD video is captured in real time, and anyone can pilot the Deep Trekker line of ROVs – so your engineers that know what they are looking for and can complete the inspections without relying on someone else’s interpretation.

Already know about ROVs?

Maybe you’re looking for an affordable underwater ROV or just one that’s easy to use, but ours looks quite a bit different than the traditional ones you may already know. Deep Trekker ROVs don’t look like other ROVs because it’s unlike any other subsea vehicle on the market. The rugged, robust Deep Trekker DTG2 and DTX2 were designed with tough jobs in mind, but with intense attention given to the user experience. Taking their cues from larger ROVs, the Deep Trekker brings all of the functionality required for difficult jobs, but without the usual complexity.

Deep Trekker Inc. is the world’s only remotely operated vehicle manufacturer of affordable ROVs, which are portable and easy to use. We believe that commercial grade ROVs shouldn’t be limited to large companies with big enough budgets – we provide a product that is built to take a beating but not break the bank.

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