UDI is a device designed to enhance the diving experience with a combination of technologies for communication, navigation and safety.





UDI (wrist unit)  P/N U-W14
Wireless underwater digital acoustic communication capabilities, with a high accuracy for targeting, navigation and location of a lost diver.

Naval command and control features, in-water surveillance capabilities that give additional stratum for the diver protection and safety.

 

Salient features of the system:

• Allows for two way communication via pre-configured text messaging (underwater SMS);

• Provides both a diver SOS and a remote SOS that can be sent in the event of an emergency;

• Has the capacity to be able to locate a “lost” diver via a homing beacon;

• Incorporates a 3D digital compass for use underwater;

• Includs a fully functional RGBM NITROX diving computer, with gauge mode as standard;

• Can be configured using a PC interface;

• Can be configured to allow up to 14 different divers on 4 different networks;
• Communicate with the surface or with each other;

• Increases the safety and decreases response time to deal with in-water emergencies;

• Compact lightweight device with a user-friendly HMI (Human Machine Interface);

 



UDI (boat unit)  P/N U-B14 

Surface system that communicates and support teams of divers during diving operation on real time.

Naval command and control features, in-water surveillance capabilities that give additional stratum for the diver protection and safety.

 

Salient features of the system:

•  Able to send and receive pre-configured text messaging from the diver under the sea; 

  • Provides a remote SOS to a diver that is suspected to be “lost”;

   • Configured to allow up to 14 different divers on 4 different networks to communicate with the surface;

   • Allows divers to navigate their way back to the boat via a homing beacon;

   • Water resistant suitcase, extra long battery power, external power connection, and PC link;

   • Most streamlined with a user-friendly HMI (Human Machine Interface);

   • Increases the safety and decreases response time to deal with in-water emergencies; 

 



UDI™ (wrist unit) P/N U-W28

The UDI™ 28 is a computation hardware device combined with software applications that implements wireless underwater digital acoustic communication capabilities , digital compass, navigation or tracking after acoustical signals, with a high accuracy for targeting, navigation and location of a lost diver.


Salient features of the system:

 • Allows for two way communication via  pre-configured text messaging (underwater SMS);

 • able to send and receive up to 28 pre-configured text messages;

 • Dual channel transmission bands and powerful error correction code for improving noise immunity;

 • Provides both a diver SOS and a remote SOS that can be sent in the event of an emergency;

 • Has the capacity to be able to locate a “lost” diver via a homing beacon;

 • Incorporates a 3D digital compass for use underwater;

 • Can be configured using a PC interface;

 • Can be configured to allow up to 28 different divers on 2 different networks;

 • Communicate with the surface or with each other;

 • Increases the safety and decreases response time to deal with in-water emergencies;

 • Compact lightweight device with a user-friendly HMI (Human Machine Interface);

 

 

UDI™ (Boat unit) P/N U-B28
Surface system that communicates and supports teams of divers during diving operation on real time. It is used for text message communication with the underwater divers, and its homing capabilities allow divers to navigate their way back to the boat.
Naval command and control features, in-water surveillance capabilities that give additional stratum for the diver protection and safety.

Salient features of the system:

 • Able to send and receive up to 28 pre-configured text messaging from the diver;

• Provides a remote SOS to a diver  that is suspected to be “lost”;

 • Configured to allow up to 28 different divers on 2 different networks to communicate with the surface;

 • Allows divers to navigate their way back to the boat via a homing beacon;

 • Dual channel transmission bands and powerful error correction code for improving noise

  immunity;

 • Water resistant suitcase, extra long battery power, external power connection, and PC link;

 • Most streamlined with a user-friendly HMI (Human Machine Interface);

 • Increases the safety and decreases response time to deal with in-water emergencies;


The UDI is the affordable solution – far less cost than other wireless communications available, in terms of price, usage and without the need to waste air consumption due to the increased volume of the full face masks required to accommodate the communications.