Deep Trekker’s Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) are produced with a goal to provide access to the underwater world, for anyone who needs it.
The Deep Trekker ROVs are an immediate deployment tool, always ready to go. From case to inspection, the set-up time is under 30 seconds, every time. An ROV greatly reduces cost and time when carrying out an inspection and offers a value-add for documenting an area that requires maintenance before and after any work is completed.
The latest innovative ROVs from Deep Trekker include everything you need for underwater inspections up to 200 m (656ft). The ROVs deliver instant eyes under the water and the portable designs require just one carrying case.
So, how is Deep Trekker being used in the Energy sector?
Deep Trekker provides robotic solutions for underwater structural inspections. The ROV systems offer an alternative to sending divers underwater to do emergency or routine inspection work on structures like cooling towers, intakes, penstokes and trash racks.
The ROV’s provide the ability to complete safe hydroelectric dam inspections. With the use of Deep Trekker ROV, it is possible to perform fast and efficient hydroelectric dam intake and trash rack inspections. Quickly respond in emergency scenarios or proactively perform regular surveys without having to wait for a dive team.
Deploying divers or work class ROV’s for routine inspection in an unnecessary risk that is often dangerous and problematic. Deep Trekker provides an easy, efficient, and safe inspection tool for many offshore structures.
ROVs reduce human risk. The underwater ROVs provide diver safety and prevent them from accessing hazardous and inaccessible environments that occur underwater.
The ROVs can work in higher temperature environments and hazardous waters without having to turn any systems offline, allowing for no interruptions to services.
ROV’s can be the perfect tool to be used during the installation and construction of wind farms. Being able to monitor divers as they perform underwater construction, Deep Trekker portable ROV systems have been used to inspect installations for sea-based wind and solar operations. The company has refined its tools for use in oil and energy operations including and creating a one-man carry ROV system that can be operated from a boat.
“Inspired by adventure. Built for function, Deep Trekker makes tough tasks, easy. We listen. We empower. We seek to develop the most durable, innovative, portable and affordable underwater ROVs and submersible robots to solve a suite of environmental and
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