Deep Trekker Launching Multi Language Controllers on Latest Firmware Update
Canadian robotics company Deep Trekker launched new firmware allowing users to choose the language they want to use on their controller. Now available in both Spanish and Norwegian, users will be able to conveniently use Deep Trekker’s DTG3 and REVOLUTION vehicles in the language of their choice.
Solving harsh environmental situations with fully assembled, tested and ready to use remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), pipe crawlers and utility vehicles, Deep Trekker gets eyes underwater in minutes. Serving a variety of global industries including aquaculture, search and recovery, energy, infrastructure, maritime shipping, and commercial diving, Deep Trekker’s vehicles are on the leading edge of submersible technology.
“At Deep Trekker we collaborate and listen to industry leaders to develop the most durable, innovative and portable underwater ROVs and robotic solutions,” said Deep Trekker President Sam Macdonald. “This latest firmware update allows even more users around the world to easily use our vehicles.”
The Spanish update comes as an especially welcome addition to Deep Trekker SpA. Opened in May of 2019 in Puerto Montt, Deep Trekker’s Chilean office manages the distribution of Deep Trekker products and services to the Latin American market. “Our direct presence in Latin America allows us to get even closer to our customers,” explained Macdonald. “With our latest update we are able to deliver innovative products and updates based on the specific needs of our customers across the globe.”
Making use of Deep Trekker’s innovative BRIDGE technology, the new update builds upon the existing advanced algorithms for seamless communication and enhanced operations by providing this technology in more languages.
“This is just the beginning,” shared Macdonald. “We will continue to offer our controller firmware in multiple languages.”
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