New guide at company's website shows how much affordable ROVs have to offer to aquaculture operations, Deep Trekker reports
Ayr, ON -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/14/2015 -- Deep Trekker Inc. announced the publication of a new video guide to the use of remotely operated vehicles in aquaculture. Making it simpler, safer, and quicker than ever before to take care of everything from routine net inspection to scouting new sites, ROVs of the kind produced by Deep Trekker are proving to be an indispensable addition to the toolkits of many of today's top aquaculture specialists. The brand new guide at the Deep Trekker website at http://www.deeptrekker.com will be of great interest to anyone involved with aquaculture or with an interest in innovative uses for technology.
"One of the most impressive things about our remotely operated vehicles is just how versatile they are," Deep Trekker representative Amanda Coulas said, "Whether for oil and energy exploration hundreds of feet under water or scouting out the perfect pool for a new aquaculture expansion, our ROVs are right at home in a huge variety of environments and roles. We think that our brand new video guide covering the use of ROVs for aquaculture will give readers an even better idea as to just how much they are capable of."
With many of the world's great fisheries nearing exhaustion, aquaculture is becoming an increasingly important source of food for much of the global population. Cultivating fish of many species in controlled environments like isolated tanks, ponds, or staked-out pens in harbors is not just possible, it is often one of the most economical and environmentally friendly ways of all of producing the animal-based protein that so many people seek for their diets.
With a pair of compact, remotely operated vehicles that share a unique set of features, Deep Trekker Inc. is an invaluable partner to many of the most successful and forward-thinking aquaculture operations around the world today. Unlike the bulky, expensive ROVs that are the standard elsewhere in the industry, Deep Trekker's DTG2 and DTX2 units are affordable for companies of virtually any size, making highly capable ROV functionality far more accessible than in the past.
As the company's new video guide to the uses of ROVs for aquaculture shows, the Deep Trekker DTG2, for example, can be used for everything from the regular inspection of fish nets to the retrieval of expired fish before they can pose a risk to healthy ones. Simple to operate, the highly maneuverable Deep Trekker ROVs can greatly increase operational efficiency for aquaculture companies, while also contributing to greater safety and other important improvements.
The new Deep Trekker video guide is available in the "ROV News" section at the company's website. Visitors to the site can also learn more about the company's products, as well as their many uses in industries as diverse as oil and energy, commercial salvage, emergency response, and more.
About Deep Trekker Inc.
With the world's first highly affordable, remotely operated underwater vehicles, Deep Trekker brings new capabilities and options to clients in a wide range of industries, helping to cut costs, boost efficiency, and more.