The Fisheries and Aquaculture industry is almost entirely submerged. The majority of infrastructure and livestock is ‘hidden’ from view by the water. We are changing the marketplace by providing an affordable and easy to use solution to manage your fish farm. See how these companies are doing just that with their Deep Trekker ROVs.
Marine Harvest – Farm Managers seeing below the surface
AgriMarine – Using an ROV for their new installations
Aquaculture Site Retrieves Sunken Infrastructure
The use of water is prevalent in most energy production. Energy infrastructure, especially structure that is submerged requires constant attention to ensure our growing population has access to reliable energy. With many of these areas hard to access and confined, hiring technical divers to perform these inspections is risky. Here are just a few ways our energy customers are making use of their Deep Trekker ROVs.
Florida Power and Light – How one ROV inspection saved thousands of dollars
M3 Wave – Wave energy technology
Submerged pipelines, water tanks, towers, and other submerged assets require frequent inspections. Sending in divers or draining your systems is extremely costly. Here are a some ways to inspect these assets with a remotely operated vehicle.
PW Makar – Potable Water Tank Inspection building on the Deep Trekker ROV, and adding their own twist
York Region – Water Tower Inspection in 30 minutes
Morris-Riley Asset Management – Storm water Pipe Contract
ROVs are a great support tool to commercial and salvage divers. Commercial and salvage diving companies are offering Deep Trekker ROV inspections as a new service, as well as aiding their divers to complete contracts safely and efficiency. Pre-dive inspections, diver monitoring, and tool delivery are just some of the ways our customers have been using Deep Trekker ROVs to better help them in their commercial businesses.
ECDAMS – Dam Intake Screen Inspection and Replacement
Before a diver is even suited up, first responders and police forces are using ROVs from Deep Trekker to start searching waterways. With an easy to use system, teams have a first-hand look before sending in a diver to a potentially dangerous and unknown situation – making compliance inspection, search and rescue, or evidence recovery faster and safer.
South Korea Ferry Disaster – Deep Trekker ROVs aid in the recovery investigations
Regular hull inspection is crucial as vessels are coming in and out of ports around the world. Regulated hull inspections and marine surveys are traditionally completed by divers, but this process is costly and timely. With a Deep Trekker ROV, complete UWILD inspections, ballast tank inspections, measure thickness of metal, complete general hull inspection and more, all without diver intervention.