Multi-lingual audio visual guide app, SKADI, have announced their partnership with ski and snowboarding governing body, the FIS for the 17/18 winter season through into the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. To celebrate their exclusive partnership with the FIS, SKADI are giving their users the chance to win a ski pass at the mountain of their choice.
Press Release: Multi-language ski guide app, SKADI, have announced their official partnership with FIS in the lead up to this coming winter season.
Ahead of winter 17/18, Skadi’s exclusive partnership with FIS gives them official approval from the industry governing body to develop the app for the world’s biggest digital ski club in the run up to the Pyeongchang Olympics and beyond. Skadi is available to download on iOS and GooglePlay now. The standard services are free, and the premium ski club membership with further services and benefits, such as free tickets for FIS World Cup competitions, meet & greets with ski stars and more costs just EUR 14.99 per year.
“We’re extremely proud to announce our partnership with the International Ski Federation, a historic moment for Skadi and a reflection of the hard work and unique design developed by our team. We can’t wait to work with FIS in winter 2017/18 and during the Pyeongchang Olympics” – Ivan Mikhaylov, Skadi development team.
Skadi offers tailor-made audio guidance for users at the resort of their choice worldwide, as well as the world’s first real-time, in resort skiing adventure challenge. Skadi’s unique technology and incredibly detailed maps allow users to navigate terrain with ease, regardless of weather conditions or ability, giving each skier or snowboarder access to the best secret slopes to ski and ride on the mountain. Skadi’s new partnership with FIS gives them official government body recognition within the ski industry, a testimony to the high-quality experience of the app.
Unique navigational tools of the app mean users can calculate journey times from point to point, with accurate updates for lift lines, so when you need to meet up with friends you know exactly how long that extra run will take. There’s no need to be concerned about data charges as Skadi is available to use completely offline. Skadi’s additional features include augmented reality challenges, where skiers can score points, collect virtual ‘crystals’ and interact with mountain creatures on their adventure on the slopes.
Head to the app store or download Skadi here.
Read about the partnership with Skadi on the FIS website here
● Skadi is available now for free download compatible with ios 9 or above and Android.
● Available in English, French, German, Italian, Russian
● Skadi contains in app purchases and subscription fees for the annual premium membership.
FIS is the governing body for international skiing and snowboarding founded in 1924 during the first winter olympics in Chamonix, France. Recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), FIS manages the Olympic disciplines of Alpine Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing, Ski Jumping, Nordic Combined, Freestyle Skiing and Snowboarding, including setting the international competition rules and organising World Cup competitions and World Championships. Through its 29 member nations more than 7000 FIS ski and snowboard competitions are staged annually. Specific initiatives are undertaken by FIS to promote snow activities as a healthy leisure recreation, notably for the young. The events organised by FIS are identified by the FIS logo. The FIS logo is registered trademark of FIS.