Deep Trekker Inc. will be offering live demonstrations of its remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) at the World Aquaculture Society’s Aquaculture 2016 in Las Vegas, USA February 22-26, 2016. Visit booth 403 to see how easily and effectively submerged aquaculture infrastructure can be inspected.
“Farmers need to be able to inspect their farms without having to wait for divers to show up,” commented Sam Macdonald, Deep Trekker President “We have given them the ability to do this with a small, affordable, and easy to use package, and in return Deep Trekker ROVs have become the de facto standard for aquaculture inspections.”
Using a 250 gallon test tank, Deep Trekker will be will be showcasing its newest options specifically designed for the aquaculture industry. “After months of trials and testing, we are happy to be bringing our mort retrieval system to Aquauclture 2016,” commented Macdonald. “The mort pusher will change how current inspections of fish farms are conducted.”
With the use of the mort pusher mounted on the ROV, not only can farmers inspect their nets and pens daily, but they also have the ability to retrieve morts from the pen for diagnostic testing.