Underwater exploration, salvage, and business just got a lot easier with the development of affordable underwater, remotely operated vehicles (ROVs). These underwater exploration drones can go where it might not be safe for a diver to go. Or, the ROV can be used to check for safety conditions before a diver enters the water. These ROVs are compact and easy to operate from the deck of a ship. They are really remotely controlled cameras that can be used to inspect underwater machinery or ship parts for damage, explore for treasure and shipwrecks, or do any underwater inspection. These wonderful ROVS can help map underwater areas, inspect underwater life forms, or find lost property.

An underwater remotely operated vehicle is capable of doing even intricate underwater tasks and inspections without endangering a human being. The operator stays above water using controls much like those used in gaming. This patented pitching system is easily learned, so many people can be trained to effectively pilot ROVs. Using an ROV can be more cost-effective than paying a human diver to do certain tasks. Many companies that operate businesses on the water use both divers and ROVs as the situation warrants. One advantage of compact ROVs from companies like Deep Trekker is that they fit into one box, so they are very portable and easy to store when not in use.

There are several types of companies and organizations that can benefit from the use of ROVs. Aquaculture (like underwater farming), oil and energy exploration and drilling companies, underwater discovery and exploration companies, and underwater salvage companies can make good use of ROVs. The military, marine survey companies, and water rescue first responders can all benefit from the use of cost effective ROVs with cameras. Company engineers can learn to pilot ROVs to do inspections with real-time video images they can interpret themselves. All these images can be recorded to document inspections and any issues that are found.

There is even a micro rov machine available from Deep Trekker that does the job much larger ROVs have done in the past, but in a smaller, easier to operate configuration. Small ROVs are more portable and less expensive. These small, economical ROVs are more affordable for small companies and organizations with limited budgets. The smaller ROVs look different than their larger counterparts but do the same job. The larger and underwater camera new, smaller size ROVs help make sub-sea exploration and work more accessible. The Earth's people cannot understand the underwater areas of the planet if they can't explore them, and ROVs help to do this. For more information, go to DeepTrekker.com.