Have eyes underwater in seconds
The maritime industry is an important part of most economies. When the work happens below the surface, there are limited options for getting a visual on what you are doing. Add a Deep Trekker ROV to your toolbox to immediately get an idea of what is going on with your operations.
Keep track of lost equipment or shipments
Let's say you are a logging ship that has product miss the deck, how do you identify how much product missed the boat and how do you determine who is at fault? Having a Deep Trekker ROV gives you a reasonable option for performing verification that shipments and loading operations make it where they are supposed to.
Inspect your vessels without drydocking or divers
Checking the condition of a vessel can be time consuming. Avoid downtime by deploying a Deep Trekker ROV to inspect hulls, propellers, anchor chains and more, instead of calling on a diver or going into drydock.
Why Deep Trekker for Workboats?
Avoid unnecessary down time in deploying a dive team or lifting out of water
Easily inspect areas too small for divers
270 degree camera rotation to quickly view the bottom of the hull
Optional side-facing cameras to reduce inspection time
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
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