When you are feeding cables through a boat, it is often necessary to remove bulky connectors to fit the cable through tight spaces, or you may need to extend the cable and fitting proper mating connectors is ideal. Soldering connectors can be fiddly and crimping requires a specialist tool that […]
DualNav is Digital Yacht’s latest technology. It combines GPS and GLONASS into one positioning sensor so that users can take advantage of dual satellite positioning systems. That means better accuracy as well as improved reliability from two independent systems. Here’s a quick presentation on our first product to use this […]
We’ve made a short over of what Digital Yacht offers using Prezi software but showing it on YouTube. You can also download the original at www.prezi.com. Our marketing team like this but the Prezi software isn’t quite 100% yet. Tell us what you think?
PilotLINK wireless AIS gateway for next generation pilotage Digital Deep Sea has added a new innovation to their portfolio called PilotLINK. PilotLINK is a wireless interface for Class A AIS systems. It allows mobile devices such as iPhones, iPads, Android tablets and PCs to connect wirelessly to the ship’s AIS/GPS […]
Digital Yacht WL450 WiFi System brings cost effective internet on-board LAUNCH AT SOUTHAMPTON BOATSHOW 2013 STAND G091 Digital Yacht have launched a new self contained hi-power wifi antenna which allows boat owners to access the internet […]
Utilising a PC on board brings important benefits not just for regular PC tasks such as email and web access but also for entertainment and navigation. This document explains how to integrate a PC into a boat’s navigation system and this approach offers substantial cost savings over buying a multi […]
With Production of our PilotLink, wireless NMEA server for Class A Transponders, now under way, we were very interested to hear about the latest iPad/iPhone Apps from SEAiq. With support for S-57/S-63 charts and specific docking and pilotage functions, the new SEAiq Pilot App looks to be a natural fit […]
Under normal conditions our AIT2000 and CLB2000 Class B Transponders should have a constant Green LED lit as shown above. This basically means that everything is OK and that the transponder is transmitting your position to other AIS vessels correctly. The AIT2000 and CLB2000 are constantly carrying out a series […]