HAVE EYES UNDERWATER IN SECONDS
The maritime industry is an important part of most economies. When the work happens below the surface, there are limited options for getting a visual on what you are doing. Add a Deep Trekker ROV to your toolbox to immediately get an idea of what is going on with your operations. Talk to our Industry Specialist today about your specific needs and learn more about:
- Keep track of lost equipment or shipments
- Inspect your vessels without drydocking or divers
- Identify problem areas even in murky water
- Steel thickness testing to evaluate corrosion
General and close visual inspections of hull
Submerged structures of a vessel need to be regularly evaluated for condition, fouling and security. These inspections are costly and time consuming using traditional methods; however, with a Deep Trekker ROV you can quickly and inspect check hulls, propellers, sea chests, intakes, and keels without drydocking or hiring a diver.
Shipping Surveying ROV Packages
The DTG3 makes getting eyes underwater easier than ever before. An extremely quick to deploy and reliable underwater drone for inspection and surveys.Learn More
REVOLUTION ROV | Package
The REVOLUTION offers best-in-class performance. Its intuitive design makes inspections easy in high currents. Add an imaging sonar for best results.Learn More
Foss Maritime and Amanda Dayton
"The predicted savings was $68,500 for the first year and $87,500 annually thereafter. However, after tracking the first year of ROV use, Foss realized an astounding actual and measurable impact of saving/earnings of a total of $135,650, which was DOUBLE original predictions."
Amanda Dayton, Foss Maritime
ROV Inspection with SAAM Towage Canada
"We use our ROVs for scheduled underwater inspections of vessels to monitor the underwater condition of components and structures,” explained Stuart. “We also use them for quick inspections of vessels’ underwater components - lots of debris exists on the West Coast so it is not uncommon to strike logs sitting just below the surface."
Stuart Jones, SAAM Towage