Scuba Schools International (SSI) has launched the soft release of their revamped mobile device app just in time for DEMA Show 2017.
This new platform is an improved version of the original SSI app with some great graphical enhancements to make the display more inviting and user-friendly. This program takes the components of a traditional dive log and organizes them neatly in a digital format.
Through this app, SSI divers can access student educational materials, certification cards, dive log information and QR code linking capabilities within the SSI dive network. It’s a great way to avoid letting any bad habits form of forgetting to log your dives, especially important when keeping track of the number of dives contributing to recognition levels reached in the SSI dive agency. By scanning your dive buddies’ QR codes in the myssi3.0 app, you are able to connect your dive profiles and save details about any dive across the globe.
Another great perk of this improved application is its ability to function in both online and offline modes. This allows divers to download materials ahead of time allowing them access to them later regardless of internet connection. Such a great feature can be beneficial to student divers and world travelers that may wander off the beaten path for their adventures. The improved user-friendly and more intuitive design makes it easier to maintain your dive records in the palm of your hand.
Another really useful added features is the ability to store important reference material, tables and graphs for access on the go and at dive sites near or far from home.
Also be on the lookout for some new programs that SSI will be releasing in January 2018. These will include a Dive Guide Assistant Instructor and Instructor courses which has been the recent change over from the former Dive Control Specialist certification.
Divers can learn more about these exciting developments at www.divessi.com and can download the new and improved version of the myssi3.0 application in all App stores now.
— Natalie Blea
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