Deep Trekker to Showcase the DTG2 ROV at the Workboat Show in New Orleans
Cody Warner | October 3, 2013
Deep Trekker today announced that they will introduce their premiere product, the DTG2 submarine micro Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) to commercial marine market at the International Workboat Show in New Orleans, USA. The show, which runs from October 9th to 11th, is attended many different marine professionals including ship operators, engineers, marine surveyors, and port authorities. The show provides a perfect opportunity to display the strong capabilities of Deep Trekker for inspections, surveying and security.
Deep Trekker will be exhibiting at booth number 3858, with their 250 gallon tank of water with continuous live demonstrations and piloting opportunities so that attendees can gain firsthand experience of the maneuverability and portability of the ROV. “Smaller marine businesses may not realize a compact, portable and easy to use ROV is available at an affordable price,” commented Deep Trekker President, Sam Macdonald. “The International Workboat Show is the perfect place for us to show Deep Trekker to this market with our fun live demonstrations that always draw a crowd.”
The portability and ease of use make this ROV attractive to commercial marine and security professionals. With onboard batteries, the DTG2 is fully self-contained, with no need for external power, topside box, or other installations. Deploying in less than 30 seconds, the Deep Trekker DTG2 can easily be used at any job site and on any vessel. These qualities make the Deep Trekker ROV an invaluable tool for the commercial marine market. The International Workboat Show will be the perfect venue for Deep Trekker to introduce the DTG2 to these new markets.
December 4, 2019
At Deep Trekker we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of innovation and...
Which DTG3 Package is Right for You
December 2, 2019
The DTG3 is our mini observation-class underwater remotely operated vehicle...
2019 Year in Review
November 29, 2019
As we close out our ninth year of operation, Deep Trekker is taking a moment to...