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ROVs for Net Inspections, Patching, Mort Pushing and Site Selection

Every fish farm needs eyes underwater.


Take control of your underwater assets. The Deep Trekker battery operated remotely operated vehicle allows operators the freedom to dive and inspect on their own time during emergency responses. Talk to our Industry Specialists today about your specific needs and learn more about:

  • Cost saving solutions. Hiring dive teams to perform regular and on-going aquaculture inspections can be expensive. Deep Trekker ROVs offer an affordable and customized option to fit within any budget.
  • Environmental safety concerns? No need for gas-powered generators or on-site power due to Deep Trekker's battery-operated vehicles. Ensure no risk of contamination to the environment or to fish health.

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Net and moorings

Ensure mooring lines and anchor points are secured to guarantee structural integrity. This is necessary when setting up initial pen installations and to adhere to regulatory agency guidelines. An ROV can also be used to monitor smolt introductions, general health and welfare. Temporarily patch holes in nets using the Net Repair System.

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Our operations take place in several locations of the Chilean Patagonia, where the ROVs face extreme weather and sea conditions on a daily basis. In spite of these harsh conditions, we’re able to offer an excellent and efficient service to our customers due to the technology from Deep Trekker at our disposal.

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Why Deep Trekker for Aquaculture?

No topside power or generators required

Weather proof handheld controller

Tools specifically designed for aquaculture

270-degree rotating UHD camera

Easy to use piloting system

Wireless networking and viewing capabilities

What Is Aquaculture?

Aquaculture is also known as fish farming. Fish farmers breed, raise and harvest fish, mollusks, crustaceans, inverts, algae, aquatic plants and other organisms in controlled environments for human consumption.

The desire for healthy, sustainable animal proteins such as marine creatures has driven a steady incline in demand for seafood for many years. Aquaculture is a more sustainable alternative to wild-capture fishing, which has nearly depleted our oceans. The aquaculture industry is even more environmentally friendly than farming land creatures such as cows and chickens. When done correctly, aquaculture requires less water and food and produces significantly lower carbon dioxide emissions levels.

The popularity of aquaculture has been growing rapidly worldwide for the last 50 years. By 2030, the Global Aquaculture Alliance predicts more than half of all seafood for human consumption will be produced on fish farms. This "blue revolution" has presented new challenges and opportunities for innovations to improve the ways we farm fish.

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