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The Deep Trekker Difference
We started out as friends that wanted to find our lost flashlight in Lake Huron. This dream of an ‘underwater robot’ for our boat multiplied into breaking into the commercial market with a robust and rugged ROV at an affordable price. We designed it so that even a child could discover the underwater world by making the control center handheld and similar to a gaming pad. We didn’t have a big boat, so we put the batteries inside the ROV so we could quickly throw it in when we wanted to explore a shipwreck. All of these things came together because it was a tool we wanted, and now the product has evolved based on what our customers have wanted. Please use this page as a resource, our news releases often include customer success stories that are free to share and publish. Please Contact us for any further information or questions, Shannon Regan, Media Relations, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Deep Trekker Inc. was founded in 2010 with a mission to create portable, affordable, and easy to use underwater inspection tools. The company is headquartered in Ontario Canada, with engineering and manufacturing all completed in house. Based on a clean sheet design, the premiere product, the DTG2 ROV was introduced in limited run in August 2011. With the success of the DTG2 ROV system, the company launched the DTX2 ROV in 2015. These robust underwater ROVs are currently being used around the world in industries such as aquaculture, commercial diving, municipalities, police search and rescue, military, and research. In 2016, the company expanded the municipalities market by launching a submersible pipe crawler system, based on the same principles of the ROV systems.