Submersible robots to meet a variety of industry needs.
Deep Trekker Underwater ROV: Robotics Designed and Constructed for Numerous Purposes
How Can You Use Your Remote Controlled Underwater Submarine?
When combined with their built-in reliability and durability, our underwater viewing devices can serve a wide variety of valuable purposes for industries such as aquaculture, infrastructure, energy, military/security/police, shipping, commercial and salvage diving and underwater discovery. Examples include:
Infrastructure maintenance: Municipalities and service companies can use the ROV’s underwater remote camera to perform frequent inspections of stormwater/drain pipes, water tanks, sewer pipes, etc. to ensure the piping systems are functioning properly and are free of damage. Our ROVs are perfect for situations where powerful and portable underwater imaging is needed.
Repair tasks: Our undersea robots come with numerous attachments that can perform some basic repair tasks identified during routine inspections. This can often reduce the need — and associated risk and cost — of hiring a commercial diver.
Video recording & streaming: The underwater robotic cameras can automatically record events in a specified area. This underwater video system can be beneficial for activities such as monitoring aquatic wildlife, conducting academic research or maintaining security at an undersea drilling platform or port. In addition, Deep Trekker ROVs stream live video to the surface while being operated manually.
Search and recovery operations: The ROV’s advanced underwater viewing system, including an underwater camera with a monitor, can prove invaluable for locating and retrieving potentially drowned victims or finding individuals quickly in situations where dangerous waters could prevent or delay search teams from entering the water.
Locating “buried treasure”: Underwater discovery teams can use our mini submarines as underwater inspection vehicles to explore shipwreck sites from the surface. Internal inspection of confined areas inside the ship can be completed safely from the surface or by a diver outside the shipwreck, using our diveable controller system. [Related: Deep Trekker viewing USS Arizona]
Water sampling: The underwater inspection drone can assist in the process of collecting water and sediment samples that are required for water purity testing and other scientific or research purposes.
Hull inspections: Using the underwater camera to perform hull inspections provides a cost-effective preventive maintenance step that can detect signs of minor hull damage before it can become a serious issue. One of the biggest benefits of using a remote operated underwater drone is the early detection of potentially destructive hull corrosion.
Offshore wind farm construction: Our remote-controlled underwater drone cameras can assist in the installation and construction of offshore wind farms by enabling the monitoring of divers as they work and performing inspections of newly installed equipment.
Fishery/Aquaculture uses: Commercial fisheries and aquaculture farms can make use of our underwater observation ROVs for tasks such as inspecting predator nets for damage, inspecting mooring lines and other submerged infrastructure, monitoring fish health, feeding and behavior. Our unique mort retrieval tool provides a simple means of collecting a mort to perform diagnostics or aid the lift-up system.
Contact Us to Learn More About How Our Underwater Video Cameras Can Help You
Feel free to contact Deep Trekker for more information about our underwater robots and how they can help you achieve your desired objectives. We’ll also be happy to provide a no-obligation undersea ROV quote.