Underwater Robots at the 2017 WorkBoat Show
Brendan Cook | November 29, 2017
Deep Trekker is bringing its fleet of underwater robots to the 2017 International WorkBoat Show - providing simple and affordable hull inspections.
Ninety percent of the world’s trade is said to travel by ship before reaching its final destination, so it’s no surprise that the demand for freight shipping has risen exponentially in recent years.
Underwater Robots on DisplayThis week, the Deep Trekker team arrived the 2017 International WorkBoat Show in New Orleans, LA. If you’re attending the show, which runs from November 29th—December 1st, be sure to look for us at booth 910.
Touted as the event that “everyone in the industry attends”, the International WorkBoat Show attracts 15,000 individuals who represent the commercial marine industry. Whether members gather together from around the world to network, spot new industry trends, or learn, they’re guaranteed to uncover innovative and efficient products and solutions while there.
The Cost of Hull InspectionsShip owners and inspection companies are overly familiar with the significant price point attached to scheduling a vessel for drydocking or hiring divers. If you are looking for a more cost-effective approach to performing ship inspections, we can help.
New Magnetic Utility Vehicle
Deep Trekker will unveil its latest underwater robots, including a magnetic hull crawler.
The Deep Trekker™ DT640 Utility Crawler is the first three-wheeled vehicle of its kind. The Utility Crawler is capable of performing a wide array of tasks, which makes it versatile and easy to deploy at a moment’s notice. Equipped with a high-quality camera, magnetic wheels, and a multitude of application-specific add-ons, such as the thickness gauge or pressure washer attachment. You won’t want to miss the Utility Crawler in action in New Orleans this week!
Underwater Drone - DTG2 & DTX2
The DTG2 is a portable underwater drone that is easy-to-use when performing underwater inspections. See how the DTG2 is being used by industry professionals.
Be sure to look for the DTX2, another piece of cutting-edge technology built to assist those in the shipping industry.
The DTX2 is the “big brother” to the DTG2 in that it can handle an even stronger current, tackling tougher tasks at even greater depths. See how the DTX2 is being used by industry professionals.
The shipping industry is one of the backbones of the global economy, so it’s no surprise that companies are investing heavily in new technologies and innovative systems to help increase delivery time and overall efficiencies. By adding a new dimension to the modern world, underwater drones and ROVs are making our lives easier and better. Companies in the maritime sector realize they need to innovate to survive, and Deep Trekker is providing them with the technology they need to get the job done.
Save Money at the WorkBoat Show
If you’re planning on attending the show, be sure to stop by booth 910 so you can personally experience Deep Trekker’s innovative technology. Mention that you read this blog on our website and receive 10% off any purchase you make at the show. For more information, or to book your own private demonstration, contact us at your convenience.
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