DTG2 Helps Retrieve Sunken Infrastructure
Sometimes situations take place that we have no control over. Aquaculture sites around the world often have to deal with the unexpected environmental situations like major storms affecting their operations. Here is an example of a farm that had a storm swoop in and cause one of their empty net pontoons to sink. A team of Deep Trekkers were deployed to help retrieve the net without the need to hire a dive team. Watch as the DTG2 Worker wraps a rope around a cleat so that the net could be lifted out of the water in an easy and efficient way.
To Learn more about ROV uses in Aquaculture check this out. We will also be at AquaNor next week in Trondheim so be sure to stop by booth E-448!
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