MSI and Deep Trekker will be hosting a ROV demo day on the 8th August 2019 at the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania. With sessions running constantly from 10am to 4pm, the team from Deep Trekker and MSI will be putting the ROVs through their paces and, more importantly, will be encouraging you to have a go.
Both the DTG3 and its bigger brother, the Revolution, will be in the water – the first time in Tasmania.
More About The ROVs
Powered by BRIDGE Technology, these new ROVs take industry leading affordable ROV technology to new levels. BRIDGE technology is comprised of custom hardware, software and integration, developed in response to a growing market demand. Utilising the latest in technology, this platform will become the base for future products, new and advanced features and third-party integrations by Deep Trekker.
“BRIDGE allows the user to experience wireless control and viewing, multi-vehicle operation over the internet, and software upgrades from anywhere in the world,” says Chad Plesa-Naden, Embedded Systems Engineer Lead, Deep Trekker.
Deep Trekker’s world-class are already being used around Australia and by thousands of customers globally. Their portability, reliability and cost make them an ideal tool for a range of industries including aquaculture, construction, inspections, sampling, security checks, etc.
The DTG3 ROV now has advanced power, heightened capabilities and high-end performance at a breakthrough price with the standard offering being:
The new auto heading sensors makes the ROV drive effortlessly straight through the water making flying easy, combined with exceptional vertical depth hold with camera stabilization.
The DTG3 “Expert” also comes with:-
Reaching depths of 200 meters (1000 ft), the DTG3 is designed to last longer with hybrid power boasting 12-hour battery life. An enhanced viewing and recording experience provide smarter inspections with its live, 4K video and waterproof hand held controller – no smart phone displays here.
The bigger brother of the DTG is the Revolution (formerly known as the DTX) and this has also seen a substantial upgrade. The Revolution now has 6 powerful, vectored and vertical thrusters for maneuverability unmatched in this vehicle class. The new 7″ display controller and 4K video with recording elevates the Revolution to new heights. Rated for depths of up to 305m and with speeds approaching 3.5 knots and 13 kgs of thrust with 8 hours of battery life, the Revolution is as powerful and strong as it is nimble and easy to use.