Remotely Operated Vehicles for Maritime Survey
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Robotic solutions submerged asset monitoring
Our oceans and marine environments are essential for resource production, trade and tourism. Protect submerged structures and assets that support these functions by performing regular and ongoing inspections with underwater ROVs.
Vessel inspections with ROVs
Perform safe and efficient hull inspections using underwater remotely operated vehicles as a cost-effect alternative to drydocking or performing diver inspections.
Ports & harbors
Survey incoming vessels for contraband or other threats quickly and safely with the use of mini ROVs.
When time matters most, get immediate eyes on your work underwater with submersible camera solutions.
Underwater Security for Port Authorities
With Deep Trekker ROVs, port authorities and border security professionals are able to perform an efficient hull inspection on every single vessel to pass through their waters without the need to send a human into the water, or incur the high costs and delay of dry-docking. Contraband inspections can be performed efficiently, regularly, and without risk to a human underwater.
“Underwater Inspection in Lieu of Dry-docking” can be completed with an ROV from Deep Trekker along with a certified surveyor. The internal HD camera accurately documents and records the condition of the hull markings, sea chests, inlets and discharges, rudders, pintles, sacrificial anodes, and propeller. The Deep Trekker DTG3 and REVOLUTION ROV systems can also be outfitted with a thickness gauge to test the thickness of the hull for a complete UWILD ROV inspection.
Why Deep Trekker for the Maritime Industry?
Avoid unnecessary down time of dive teams or drydocking
Easily inspect areas too small for divers
270 degree camera rotation to quickly view the bottom of the hull
Easily perform full inspections with the portable ROV
Record all inspections with voice-over to SD Card
Sophisticated add-ons such as Thickness Gauge and Sonar
If we lose a boat for half a day not knowing waiting for divers to show up, it can cost the public and economy a lot more. Yeah, it [the DTX2 ROV] definitely paid for itself already, and we’ve only had it operating for about five months.
Washington State Ferries
DTG3 Smart- Recommended Kit for Maritime
Look no further, the DTG3 Smart package is equipped with everything you need to conduct UWILD hull inspections.Learn More
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