Deep Trekker unveils underwater work ROV unit

Canadian manufacturer Deep Trekker Inc. has introduced a new remotely operated vehicle (ROV) that could have underwater work applications for hydropower project operators.

Deep Trekker unveiled the ROV unit — called the DTG2 — at a recent trade show in New Orleans, saying the product has strong capabilities in inspections, surveying and security.

The DTG2 is a fully self-contained unit with onboard batteries, Deep Trekker said, that is capable of deploying in less than 30 seconds.

Deep Trekker was founded in 2010 and currently has products working in more than 24 countries.

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