Deep Trekker will return to the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) trade show with new products for the defence industry.
The event will take place in London, UK, on September 10-13.
Deep Trekker invites all interested parties to stand N3-505 to learn more about its next-generation underwater vehicles and integrated third-party technologies.
With over a decade of proven performance, a Canadian company Deep Trekker is a leader in the subsea market and also one of the largest underwater remotely operated vehicle (ROV) producers in the world.
The company delivers high-quality, robust and portable underwater robots to defence and security agencies worldwide.
Deep Trekker is renowned for its innovation, precision engineering and quality products.
Most recently, the company launched the DTG3 and the REVOLUTION ROVs designed to detect and locate objects hidden beneath the water, assist divers and safely conduct inspections in harsh underwater environments.
In response to a growing market demand, Deep Trekker’s underwater robots are now powered by the latest BRIDGE technology, featuring new and advanced functions and third-party integrations.
Deep Trekker president Sam Macdonald said: “With the launch of BRIDGE and our newest REVOLUTION ROV, we are ushering a new era of advanced functions and underwater technology.”
Deep Trekker Inc. was founded in 2010 with a mission to create portable, affordable, and easy-to-use harsh-environment robotic inspection tools.
Based in Ontario, Canada, the company completes all its engineering and manufacturing operations in-house.
Based on a clean-sheet design, the premiere product DTG2 ROV was introduced in August 2011. Since then, Deep Trekker has developed the DTG3 ROV, REVOLUTION ROV, DT340 Pipe Crawler, DT320 Mini Pipe Crawler, DT640 Utility Crawler and DTPod.
With sales in over 80 countries, Deep Trekker manufactures robots for a wide range of industries, including aquaculture, municipal contracting, military, defence, search and rescue, shipping, and more.