NMEA

NMEA OneNet® : A new standard for high-end communication

20 years after NMEA 2000 and more than 40 years after NMEA0183, OneNet® est la norme NMEA de troisième génération pour l’interfaçage et la mise en réseau des données marines. In development since 2010 by NMEA members Read more …

Signal K Project, universal open source marine data sharing

You will soon hear about Signal K, a marine data communication standard, développé en open source, which aims to replace the standard NMEA (0183 up to 2000) technically overwhelmed by the exponential development of connected objects. designers Read more …

iNAVConnect connects iPad or iPhone to Raymarine chartplotters

Digital Yacht society continues to offer new products for pleasure (¹). One, iNAVConnect, allows to connect by WiFi iPad or iPhone, featured iNavX, Navionics Marine, or any other compatible application, to Read more …

NMEA 2000, a network standard for the future

NMEA 2000® (¹) is a standard for electronic communication network specifically designed for pleasure boats, according to an industry standard published by the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA). It aims to meet many needs, born Read more …

Wiring NMEA 0183, not so easy !

In the very next post, I will explain in detail the implementation of a multiplexer (¹) Miniplex 2USB de-ShipModul. But before removing the electrical panel and pull out the tool box, you better understand the Read more …

Receive NMEA 2000 data with iNavX

It is now possible to connect a N2K system (¹) to iNavX, on iPhone or iPad. Indeed, Actisense company, well known for its NMEA interfaces (multiplexers and gateways), designed the NGW-1 ISO, a data converter Read more …

Receive AIS data wirelessly with iNavX

I explained, in a recent post, on receiving NMEA data from instruments on board without going through a Mac (or PC) aboard. It is now possible to do the same for the reception of AIS data with Read more …

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