A NMEA Wi-Fi server allows your tablet, smartphone or PC to receive navigation data from your onboard navigation equipment. Whether your navigation system has an NMEA 0183 or NMEA 2000 interface, a NMEA Wi-Fi server will be able to connect to your navigation system equipment such as an AIS transponder, chart plotter, etc.

By connecting an NMEA to WiFi server, your navigation software or iOS/Android app will be connected to your navigation system (chart plotter, instruments, autopilot, AIS, etc.). Then, your software or navigation app will display in real time AIS targets, GPS, Wind and all navigation information. Our NMEA to Wi-Fi servers are compatible with more than 100s apps & navigation software.

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Smart WLN10 – NMEA 0183 to Wi-Fi


“This smart NMEA to WiFi gateway allows tablets & mobile devices to connect to existing on board GPS, AIS and instrument systems.”

WLN30 – NMEA 0183 Multiplexer to Wi-Fi


“The WLN30 is a smart NMEA to WiFi Multiplexer designed to connect your smart phone and other wireless devices to your boat’s navigation systems. It features three NMEA0183 inputs and easy web interface configuration.”

NavLink2 – NMEA 2000 to Wi-Fi


“NavLink 2 is an easy to fit NMEA 2000 to Wifi server designed to make NMEA 2000 navigation data available for apps on smartphones, tablets, iPads and PCs.”

ENGINELink – Wireless Engine Interface


“Monitor your engine data on a tablet, phone, PC, MAC or iPad using Digital Yacht’s ENGINELink NMEA 2000 wireless gateway”

PilotLINK2 – Class A AIS to Wi-Fi


“PilotLINK 2 allows Class A transponders to interface with the latest range of mobile devices including iPhones, tablets and PCs/MACs.  Applications range from maritime pilots through to survey ship charter users who may want access to the ship’s AIS and GPS data.”