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Diver6 Releases New ENC Chart Overlay Features

Diver6 Releases New ENC Chart Overlay Features

Diver6, a Diver and Dive Operations mobile support system, has released a new software component for the Diver6 user community. The new ENC chart overlay features allow Dive Masters to see where their divers are located on a chart during an active dive.

One of the leading issues with providing ENC charts is that most services are online content providers. Mapping and chart options require users to have an internet connection to see and use the charts. The mobile and remote features of Diver6 make it very difficult to maintain an internet connection on a dive. Small vessels do not have the expensive communication options needed for online content provisions.

Diver6 v2.0 includes the new ChartServer add-on. The ChartServer is a locally run application that serves ENC S57 charts to Diver6. International S63 charts are also supported in the new application. With the addition of ChartServer, Diver6 users can load nautical charts for any location in the world to support their dives.

All new Diver6 systems are shipped with the latest features and applications. Current system owners can contact us about upgrade options. U.S. customers are provided with a system that is fully loaded with NOAA ENC charts. International customers are provided with the application ready to accept charts. Fees may apply for international S63 charts.

The addition of charts gives a Dive Master another situational awareness tool to improve the quality and safety of the active dive.

Azimuth Inc. teamed with Canadian based Siitech to develop this application for Diver6. Siitech is a leading innovator of AIS and nautical chart applications.


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Diver6 Releases Aid to Navigation on Shearwater Products

Diver6 Releases Aid to Navigation on Shearwater Products

Diver6, a Diver and Dive Operations mobile support system, has released a new navigation aid for the Diver6 user community. The new Aid to Navigation (ATN) runs on the Shearwater PETREL 2 and NERD 2 products, continuing the strong relationship between Diver6 and Shearwater Research.

The Diver6 ATN is a streamlined Shearwater operating system that focuses on the features relevant to Diver6 operation and support. It uses Shearwater’s DiveCAN® digital communications protocol to connect with Diver6 modems. It uses Shearwater’s DiveCAN® digital communications protocol to connect with Diver6 modems.

The ATN focuses on the primary situational awareness and communication needs of divers in the water. Divers are provided with one simplified screen that features heading, tank pressure, depth, max depth, compass, and all the Diver6 communication features.

New features have been added to the operating system improving communication with the diver. They include:

• Send Return Home – asking for directions to the surface vessel
• Send Assist – asking the divemaster to send a diver to assist you

These new features along with the existing features of Distress, Assist, Recall, and Send to Target provide a robust set of communication and navigation tools for the Diver6 user community.

Diver6 users now have the option on their Shearwater products to either have the full unlocked power of the Shearwater dive computer plus Diver6 functionality or the streamlined ATN operating system.


Diver6 export jurisdiction control revised

For Immediate Release: Azimuth is pleased to announce the United States Dept of State, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls has changed the export jurisdiction control for the Diver6 System from the Department of State to the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security. Due to this revised export classification, Diver6 is no longer categorized as International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) Category XI - Military Electronics and is now regulated by the Commerce Control List (CCL), item number 6A001.a.1.d, Marine Acoustic System. Azimuth welcomes this exciting opportunity to expand our market reach for our successful Diver6 System and we are ready to answer any of your questions concerning sales and export of the Diver6 System. For more information, please contact us at www.diver6.com

ABC News, Virginia Beach Covers Diver6

Diver6 Systems were delivered to the Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek in June. ABC News, Virginia Beach covered the delivery and talked with armed forces personnel about the system.

Hypack Diver6 Integration Now Available

Diver6 data is now available in Hypack. Hypack recently finished a new software module that allows for Diver6 data to be imported into their software suite in near realtime. This integration allows Hypack users to see divers in the water using the Hypack 2D and 3D views.

For more information, Visit the Hydro International News Site

Diver6 Featured in Sea Technology Magazine

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Are You Tracking Divers by Chasing Bubbles?

We received some great coverage in Maritime Executive. Maritime Executive is one of the industries leading periodicals and information services for the maritime community.

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http://www.maritime-executive.com/pressrelease/Are-You-Tracking-Divers-by-Chasing-Bubbles-2014-12-05

Diver6 and Shearwater Systems Integrate

Shearwater Research Inc, the leading manufacturer of dive computers and electronic control systems for rebreathers has expanded their support for DiveCAN applications. They are pleased to announce the integration of the Diver6 diver monitoring and communication system with the Petrel and NERD display systems.

The integration between Shearwater and Diver6 provides greatly enhanced communication between diver and divemaster. Recall alerts can now be sent to the diver and displayed on the Shearwater devices providing directional information to return to the surface vessel. The divemaster can also issue an assist message which will send a diver directional information to another diver in need. Divers can issue a Diver Distress / 911 alert to notify the dive master that they are in trouble. With this integration, divemasters can now effectively react to multiple situations happening underwater.

The integration debuted at the 2014 DEMA show. Many of the attendees were very interested in the integration and were excited to see how the dive master could now direct his divers to locations and assist divers by providing them with valuable directional data.

It is another feature that gives the dive another layer of safety and security.