The first real online logbook service for divers that can be digitally signed by all instructors from all organisations
IFDI offers something totally new – the first real online logbook service for divers, which, with its neutral structure, can be digitally signed by all instructors worldwide, regardless of their organisation. With its system of authentication and recognised authority, IFDI already has members in over 30 countries, despite being relatively new. The instructors are all legitimate – they must submit a copy of their ID and instructor diploma (which IFDI review), before gaining access to the ability to sign the IFDI logbook for each diver. The digital signature of the instructor on the IFDI logbook includes the instructor’s name, the organisation name, and the instructor’s number for references – the same principle as a stamp in your paper log book. IFDI also offers free online learning and low cost certifications. With a host of opportunities, to both meet new divers and enhance your diving experience, this brand new service is aiming to revolutionise the diving industry.
IFDI offers the first three rows for free; this allows the diver to test out the service before fully committing. The divers can get their logbook at: https://www.ifdi.info/Divers.php.You may get more info about IFDI at: www.ifdi.info
Interview with the founder, Olivier Dauxais:
Olivier Dauxais, born in 1970, has been a diver since 1983 and a professional diving instructor since 1990. Just three years after qualifying as a diving instructor, he became the first instructor to be awarded the diploma of recognition for excellence by PADI. He has more than 25 years of experience in instructing divers, and has logged more than 10,000 dives.