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Deep Trekker to Exhibit in Australia at Darling Harbour | Boating and Diving Industry

Shannon Regan   |   July 31, 2018

Deep Trekker to showcase its fleet of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) at Sydney International Boat Show (SIBS) and the Australia International Dive Expo (AIDE) at Darling Harbour, August 2nd-6th

SIBS and AIDE Join Forces as a Central Hub for Water Technology

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The Australian International Dive Expo has today, become a one stop platform for divers and non-divers alike to discover and learn about scuba diving and all things related to the fascinating underwater world. From August 2-6, Deep Trekker will showcase its fully submersible remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) at Darling Harbour, Australia alongside the Sydney International Boat Show as the two shows join forces as a central hub for water technology.

The surrounding waters of Australia are famed for colourful reefs and unique marine life. Exploring the depths of the Indian and Pacific Ocean by boat or scuba diving has long been a joy of its inhabitants and vast tourism. Deep Trekker is excited to offer a way to investigate these waters from the comfort and ease of a boat or sailing vessel, or offshore in tandem with divers.

Read more: Adopt Safe Diving Practices with Underwater ROVs

“We are thrilled to be returning to Australia this year for SIBS and AIDE and look forward to bringing something different to the table,” says Sam MacDonald, President, Deep Trekker Inc. “Our team is excited to showcase the innovative technology and design of the DTG2 - developed to work in tandem with divers and onboard vessels, to amplify marine enthusiasts’ passion for underwater discovery in the open waters of the Pacific.”

Learn More About the DTG2 ROV

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With depth ratings of 150 meters, the DTG2 ROV is the perfect system for underwater diving in the surrounding waters of Australia and for inspections around boat hulls and docks. The sensors allow operators to easily determine the depth and heading of the ROV once it is underwater and out of sight. With onboard batteries with up to 8 hours of battery life, the handling of an ROV on a boat and in water has never been more simple - and the ocean has never been more accessible for the marine enthusiasts who love to explore its depths.

Visit Deep Trekker at Booth #28 and listen to our Presentation on Commercial Diving

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Deep Trekker Industry Specialist, Rachel Major, will be presenting on ROV safety and efficiency for the commercial diving industry and sharing her knowledge on how to enhance current operations with said technology. Presentations will take place on August 2nd, 4:50-5:30pm and August 3rd, 4:10-4:50pm.

Can’t make it to the presentation but interested in hearing more? Join us at Booth #28 for a live demo or contact us today!


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