Already on 7 January, during the Paris diving fair Salon International de la Plongéethe developers will present the O’Dive Odyssey computer. Undoubtedly, the computer arouses great interest. All because, as announced, it will be the first such device to offer a personalised decompression model.
The first system for custom decompression, the developers promise, will allow divers to tailor procedures to each individual case.
Azoth Systems has developed an innovation that, for the first time, allows divers to personalise their diving practices by taking into account gas microbubbles detected in their venous system after a dive.
We also learned the partial specification, which includes the following:
The Odyssey Advanced dive computer is aimed at users who dive on air or nitrox, open circuit and to a depth of 60 metres.
Using the O’Dive Advanced sensor helps you to better analyse the quality of your diving practice and increase your safety against decompression sickness. Therefore, for the first time, you can analyse and personalise your diving procedure, taking into account the circulating micro-bubbles detected after a dive in your body and your dive profile.
This version of the computer is designed by Azoth Systems engineers especially for technical divers. Specifically, to advanced users who dive with trimix or heliox, as well as with air or nitrox. The maximum depth is 125 metres (OC or CCR).
The manufacturer has scheduled delivery of the O’Dive Odyssey dive computers for July 2022.
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