Announcing the launch of Sonardyne's DiveTrack with Shearwater DiveCAN
We’re excited for the launch of DiveTrack. We've partnered with Sonardyne International to connect the Shearwater Petrel 2 and DiveCAN to DiveTrack, a portable and rugged diver tracking and comms system. The DiveTrack transponder can communicate with the dive computer and listen to information available in the Shearwater system.
DiveTrack will push the envelope of dive training operations to new heights. Always allowing a dive supervisor to position divers, as well as giving them the ability to send audible acoustic aborts from the surface to the dive team.
Do you want to know where your divers are and how they are performing? DiveTrack has got you covered! Designed with simplicity and ease of use in mind, DiveTrack’s excellent performance and reliability will enable your dive team to stay safe and informed. Out-of-the-box integration with world leading dive computers and Rebreathers from Shearwater Research and JFD.
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Upcoming Dive Shows
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divetrack.. how much please and which shearwater computer does it attach to. is thi sthe first model, if so if i buy it how do you plan to upgrade my system as you modify the design etc . usually with new eqpt like this modifications are fast and I do not want to end up with a piece of equipment that very quickly is redundant and non upgradeable. kindest thanks and awesome gear
Hi Andrew, thank you for your comment. DiveTrack connects to the Shearwater Petrel 2 and DiveCAN. It’s specific firmware, however, and not used with a standard CCR Petrel DiveCAN.
To find out more about pricing and availability, you can contact Sonardyne directly at https://www.sonardyne.com/support-centre/
A fascinating device that adds a layer and dimension to diver safety providing a way to communicate dive data and situational analysis during a dive. I applaud Shearwater for always expanding the dive safety envelope!
Will it be used for cave diving?
I can see this being a useful tool for scientific dives like Reef Renewal Bonaire’s coral planting or an archeology dives on old shipwrecks. This tool seems like it would really shine in low visibility.