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Below you'll find a list of all posts that have been categorized as "Underwater Discovery and Research"


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Oceanographic ROV Inspiring Students to Become Future Marine Scientists

Customer Stories, For Everyone, Marine Survey / Shipping, Underwater Discovery and Research

Inspiring future marine biologists with hands-on experience piloting an oceanographic ROV at the Ocean Institute. It’s important to inspire the young generation to become marine scientists; perhaps using an oceanographic ROV will do just that. The future of the environment is in their hands. The Ocean Institute in Dana Point, CA knows this and is… Read More »

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Climate Change Research: Underwater Drones Used to Monitor Marine Health

Aquaculture, Customer Stories, Underwater Discovery and Research

Climate change research drone using innovative remote technologies for monitoring changes in our oceans ecosystems around Aquaculture sites.  The ocean is an mysterious world which is continuously evolving and altering with currents, climate change, marine life, and other outside forces. Yet, with its monumental vastness, our knowledge of these occurrences and their effects is still limited.… Read More »

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Skeletons Found in the Depths: Underwater Drone Discoveries

Customer Stories, For Everyone, Opinion Pieces, Underwater Discovery and Research

Skeletons found underwater using a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) – Deep Trekker client shares his discoveries using the underwater drone. If you spend enough time exploring underwater, you will eventually stumble upon something exciting. Jan Petersen is a great example. A pilot of a Deep Trekker DTG2, Petersen spends much of his free time diving his… Read More »

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Low Visibility Diving – A look at Sonar Integration

Commercial / Salvage, Marine Survey / Shipping, Military / First Responder, Underwater Discovery and Research

Updated sonar technologies are making low visibility diving possible – making them the ideal tool to be equipped on underwater drones for Search & Rescue missions and salvage operations. Unless you are swimming off the coast of Cancun, your nearest water source may not always be incredibly clear. Visibility below the surface often limits the… Read More »

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The Ideal Fishing Drone – Changing the Fishing Game

For Everyone, Underwater Discovery and Research

Fishing drones are giving angler eyes on the fish below before sending down lures or preparing to gear up to dive in with spears. Fishing Drone – Fishing is a game of patience whether you are floating by on a boat or perched on shore. Often, it seems more time is spent staring off in the distance… Read More »

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Drones at Dubai Boat Show 2017 and Wrecks to Explore

For Everyone, Opinion Pieces, Underwater Discovery and Research

Drones are making a splash at the Dubai International Boat Show – Deep Trekker Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) exploring shipwrecks and sunken treasures. Our team is set for the Dubai International Boat Show which runs from February 28th to March 4th. At the show, Deep Trekker will be located at Stand D-112. Our underwater drones will… Read More »

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Top 5 Ways Marine Researchers are Currently Using Underwater Drones

For Everyone, Marine Survey / Shipping, Underwater Discovery and Research

Marine researchers around the world are utilizing Deep Trekker Underwater Drones (or ROVs) in their marine projects; here are the top 5 applications being used today. In a few weeks, the world will gather in San Diego, California for the Oceanology International North America exhibition. It will bring together water industry professionals, manufacturers, educators, government… Read More »

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The Lost Expedition of Sir John Franklin

For Everyone, Underwater Discovery and Research

For the first time since it was lost, HMS Erebus has been examined inside and out to lend clues into Franklin’s tragic expedition. This August, Parks Canada while equipped with a Deep Trekker DTG2 ROV, traveled north to uncover the mysteries surrounding the HMS Erebus and the rest of the lost Franklin expedition. The Deep Trekker… Read More »

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Happy Halloween: The Giant Pacific Octopus

For Everyone, Underwater Discovery and Research

Happy Halloween! Keeping in theme with the holiday we wanted to share a post about a really neat undersea creature that disguises itself (much like everyone dressing up for Trick or Treating tonight). The Giant Pacific Octopus have special pigment cells in their skin to change colours and textures and can blend in with intricately… Read More »

Water Preservation: What YOU Can Do

For Everyone, Industry News, Underwater Discovery and Research

If you’re presently reading this blog, you probably truly appreciate and understand something in which we all have a passionate interest. Water! We rely on water for hydration, irrigation, transportation, energy production, food production, weather patterns and so much more. Lakes, oceans, rivers and reservoirs across the Globe are part of the pillars that sustain… Read More »

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New Insights into the Ocean’s Garbage Problem

For Everyone, Underwater Discovery and Research

You don’t have to be an oceanographer to know of the massive garbage patches floating through our oceans’ waters. In recent months, there have been numerous reports about the incredible amount of manufactured waste piling up in the oceans. Emerging and mature garbage patches contain  massive amounts of plastic containers, netting, disposable medical paraphernalia and a host… Read More »

Invasive Species and the Goby Fish Game

For Everyone, Underwater Discovery and Research

Invasive marine species are a significant problem in North America’s Great Lakes and many other major bodies of water around the globe. In a past blog post we explored the liabilities of foreign species entering new water environments and how they disrupt existing, long established ecosystems. We focused on Zebra Mussels (an invasive species not native… Read More »

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