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Old 10-02-2016, 03:06 PM   #21
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Here is what Rosepoint says about it: Rose Point Navigation Systems -- Marine Navigation Software and Hardware

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Old 10-02-2016, 03:53 PM   #22
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Thanks, the part I'm unclear on is the best way to get nmea data onto my wifi network, lots of solutions that create their own adhoc network but it seems only digital yatch has something that works on Ethernet.
Check out Rose Point's Nemo gateway. It has multiple NMEA 0183 ports, a NMEA 2000 port, and puts everything on ethernet where any Coastal Explorer computer can use it, along with other apps as well. I've been Alpha/beta testing it for about a year now and really like it. It has replaced 3 or 4 other converters or interfaces of one sort or another on my boat - perhaps more.
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Is nemo similar to the one digital yatch makes?
Nemo is more a combination of all the Digital Yacht products in one. Looking at teh DY products, you can pick 0183 (single port) to wifi, or N2K to wifi. Nemo gives you 2 full duplex 0183 ports, 2 receive only 0183 ports, plus N2K. It is also wired ethernet for greater reliability, and you cna use your boat's wifi to spread the data around as your desire. With DY, you need to be connected to it's wifi for nav data, but the boat's wifi for everything else. With Nemo you can merge it all together, have separate networks, route between then, or whatever suits you needs. Persoanally I have all my network gear hard wired with fixed IP address, and only mobile devices use wifi and DHCP. That way if the router gets confused and needs rebooting, as they all too often do, it has no effect on the nav equipment.
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Yeah I noticed that. Nemo looks good, any idea when it will be released?

Day does have an Ethernet v wifi box but it's still going to need 3-4 separate boxes to duplicate the nemo.

Could also do openplotter on a Rpi but might not be worth the effort.
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Yeah I noticed that. Nemo looks good, any idea when it will be released?
I don't, and even if I did, I would steer you to Rose Point for the answer.

The fundamental product has been working well for a while, but they are adding a whole suite of very useful features that significantly increase the value of the product. This is what I've been testing most recently, and it's working well too, but I don't think done quite yet.

I think they have a place on their web site where you can sign up for news etc. on the product.
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Simple for me--just spent 5 months cruising on the boat with Coastal Explorer on a Windows 10 laptop as the main navigation source.

The ONLY problem was the laptop would occasionally restart itself.
I haven't yet taken the time to go into settings and stop this.
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CE told me they may have the Nemo ready before Thanksgiving.

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