Wall Street Journal Gives a Shout Out to Deep Trekker micro ROV
Kiara Vallier | June 26, 2013
Today we had some exciting news come across our laptops. The Wall Street Journal has published an article on underwater vehicles, and featured Deep Trekker! The author, Will Connors first took an interest in underwater vehicles after meeting president Sam Macdonald at a networking dinner and from there started researching the underwater remotely operated vehicle market. This kind of day really makes us understand how meaningful it is to share the story of Deep Trekker; it always seems to get people passionate about the underwater world. The first phone interview took place while we were attending the CANSEC trade show in Ottawa, adding to the excitement and whirlwind of exhibiting at a national defense show!
The industry of underwater vehicles is growing, although there are still so many people that don’t know they exists, thanks to articles such as this one – more will understand the capabilities and utility of these vehicles for underwater exploration, inspection, and preservation.
Will Connors was able to capture the fun nature of our job here at Deep Trekker by showing off the wide range of requests we are asked by our customers from drug runners to national defense weapons to barracudas wanting some lunch! We’re very excited about this article, and the well rounded view of the current industry it gave! So take a read and watch the video. Let us know what you think of the underwater world!
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