Description: Dive Assistant - Desktop Edition is a full featured PC scuba diving application, designed for recreational and advanced scuba divers alike. The application has been developed to be intuitive and easy to use from the moment you install it. Dive Assistant can store the profiles for multiple divers, so you and your partner, friends or family members can all store you information on one device.
The Dive Assistant is primarily a dive logging tool. Unlike its paper counterpart it can automatically calculate dive times and pressure groups for you. The statistics section will also give you useful statistics at the touch of a button.
You no longer need to carry dive tables with you when diving as long as you have the Dive Assistant. Dive Assistant is the only PC software to support dive table lookup. You can download dive tables from our website or develop your own tables. The imported dive tables can be view in the application. They are also used in the Dive Planner. The Dive Planner is incorporated into the Dive Log and pulls data from your previous dive, saving you the work of remembering the details. Once you have finished using the planner it will add the details to your current dive.
Dive Assistant will keep track of all your dive kit and alert you when the kit need servicing. There is also a servicing history so that you can look up previous service details. The alert function can also alert you when your dive qulifications need renewal, something which is essential for instructors and other professionals who need to renew their qualification on a regular basis.
Our scuba sync technology synchronizes the data on your PC with the Dive Assistant - Pocket PC Edition, at the touch of a button. Scuba sync transfer dive log, dive kit and qualification and diver details. Dive Assistant - Desktop Edition supports all the function of the Pocket PC Edition in addition to dive log printing.
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