New Deep Trekker at Underwater Intervention 2015

Deep Trekker, Canada, is returning to Underwater Intervention for the third time at booth 210. Deep Trekker will showcase the new product line for the first time at New Orleans’ UI 2015. The show, which runs from 10-12 February 2015 in New Orleans, USA, is focused on commercial diving contractors and manned and unmanned submersibles and has been the hub for remotely operated vehicle (ROV) technology since its beginnings. Along with their iconic 200 gallon water tank and their flagship product the DTG2 ROV, the Deep Trekker team will unveil their new product line along with all of the details... (read more)
2015-01-21 10:07:36

Deep Trekker at Dubai International Boat Show

Deep Trekker, Canada, will be introducing the DTG2 submarine micro remotely operated vehicle (ROV) to the Middle Eastern yachting market at the Dubai International Boat Show in Dubai, UAE. The Deep Trekker ROV is ideally used for hull and props inspections, troubleshooting and exploring a dive site, reef or ship wreck. Anyone attending the show is invited to the DMEX area for a chance to pilot the Deep Trekker ROV. The HD camera feed streams live to the integrated LCD screen on the controller and can be plugged to a digital video recorder or TV to experience the underwater world... (read more)
2014-02-26 08:51:50

Deep Trekker Vectored Thrust ROV Model

Modelled on the Deep Trekker DTG-2 Mini ROV, the Deep Trekker DTX2 is a subsea vehicle to combine the patented pitch mechanism that Deep Trekker is known for with 4 powerful, vectored thrusters for manoeuvrability unmatched in this vehicle class. Rated for depths of up to 300m and with speeds approaching 3.5 knots and 13 kgs of thrust, the DTX2 is as powerful and strong as it is nimble and easy to use. Integrating vectored thrusters allows for lateral movement in the horizontal plane, and by activating the pitch system, the DTX2 can achieve simultaneous vertical and lateral movement using... (read more)
2015-02-12 09:56:08

Deep Trekker ROV for High Arctic Research

In March 2015, Dr Alex Nimmo Smith and Mr Peter Ganderton from the Plymouth University Marine Physics Research Group included a Deep Trekker DTG2 ‘Worker’ in the equipment that they took on a research trip to the Norwegian Arctic. The Deep Trekker ROV was supplied by Planet Ocean Ltd. The Deep Trekker ROV was successfully operated through ice holes in water of -2°C, with tasks including the inspection of other instruments and providing a visual survey of the underside of the ice. A combination of slight positive buoyancy and the mounting of the optional crawler wheels on the top of the... (read more)
2015-11-17 09:57:20

Experience Live Deep Trekker Product Demonstrations at Oi18

Deep Trekker remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) are transforming ocean science and discovery while contributing to societal awareness of the environment. As we discover more and more about the Earth, the desire to understand what we cannot see beneath the waves is greater than ever. Deep Trekker will take the stage at Oceanology International, from 13-15 March 2018 in London, UK, to demonstrate its latest underwater robotic systems. With significant enhancements to its design, Deep Trekker is continuously expanding its range of operations to meet the changing needs of the ocean and science community. In addition to the high-definition, 4K resolution... (read more)
2018-02-27 12:43:08

Deep Dive Wing Facilitates Deep-tow Surveys

One of the problems encountered when towing oceanographic instruments is the cable length required to get the equipment to the optimal depth. A typical ratio of cable length to tow depth is 4 to 1, which means 400ft of cable is needed to tow at a depth of 100 feet. Increase the tow speed, and even more cable is needed. A downrigger weight or depressor wing is commonly used to solve this issue. The advantage of the wing is that it operates on the principle of hydrodynamic depression, to overcome the limitation of conventional downrigger systems. When using a wing,... (read more)
2017-05-31 09:35:37

Deep Sea Seismic Systems

Please find the product survey on seismic systems  in the product survey section of this website.  (read more)
2010-07-19 02:42:45

LEP Deep Submergence Light

BIRNS, headquartered in the USA, has launched a powerful underwater vehicle light: the BIRNS Aurora. This high-intensity Light Emitting Plasma (LEP) deep submergence light provides electronically dimmable, 14,000 lumen brilliance to usher in the next generation of extreme depth subsea lighting systems. LEP is a new lighting technology that is a more powerful and efficient alternative to LED, tungsten halogen and metal-halide lighting. Its light sources use a solid-state device to generate Radio Frequency (RF) energy to power a plasma light source. Unlike traditional metal halide lights, the BIRNS Aurora does not require metal electrodes to drive power into the... (read more)
2012-04-24 10:55:09

Deep Tow Enhancements

The EdgeTech 2400 Deep Tow systems provide high-resolution deep-sea surveys, using co-registered side scan sonar and sub-bottom imagery. Additionally, as of 2010, optional bathymetry data is available on these systems. Survey companies and research institutes use the Deep Tow systems to map pipe routes and to search for precious metals such as manganese nodules. The systems provide high quality three-dimensional images of the seafloor and subterranean layers. The two EdgeTech Deep Tow systems, DT-1 and DT-2, have operational depths of 3,000 metros and 6,000 metros respectively and can operate on a fiber-optic or coaxial cable up to 10 km long.... (read more)
2011-01-24 01:26:53

Deep-sea Submarine

Visitors to the Monaco Yacht Show can explore the C-Explorer deep-sea submarine from 22nd to 25th September 2010. The submersible was designed for a maximum depth of 1,000 metres and comes equipped with modern lithium-ion batteries which allow it to remain submerged for up to twelve hours at a time. The submersibles are not only used for private purposes, but are also suited for oceanographic research and underwater photography. The design makes it simple to fit a wide range of research equipment, such as a sonars or manipulator arms. This C-Explorer 2 can accommodate a trained pilot and one passenger.... (read more)
2010-09-07 09:44:39
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