The aquaculture industry can utilize the new technology to better understand marine environments.
“Bridge technology allows the user to experience wireless control and viewing, multi-vehicle operation over the internet, and software upgrades from anywhere in the world,” said Chad Plesa-Naden, embedded systems engineer lead, Deep Trekker.
It can reach depths of 305 meters and has a 12-hour battery life. It includes enhanced live viewing and recording capabilities. 4K video technology offers crisp and detailed recordings. It is operated by a waterproof handheld controller.
"DTG3 provides advanced stability even in rough underwater environments; the freedom to move with direct sonar integration, and an automated station holding capable of rotating 270 degrees."
Deep Trekker Inc. was founded in 2010. 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 August 2011. Since that time, Deep Trekker Inc has developed 6 robot lines.
Deep Trekker’s robots are used globally for structural inspections, marine surveys, sample collection, drowning victim search and recovery, security checks and in the aquaculture industry.