*** To download this free marine App please click here to go to the Google Play Store ***
Our proAIS2 software for configuring and checking our latest generation of AIS transponders is a useful tool, but only being Windows and Mac compatible, it does have its limitations.
With this in mind, we have developed an Android marine App that allows you to do pretty much everything that proAIS2 does, but wirelessly from your Android Smart Phone or Tablet.
AISConfig is a free AIS app which allows your mobile Android phone or tablet to wirelessly connect to the latest range of Digital Yacht Class B AIS Transponders; AIT1500, AIT2000 and AIT3000. Once connected, AISConfig can be used to configure the boat details (MMSI number, Boat Name, etc.) in to the transponder and then to monitor the status of the transponder or switch it in ond out of “Silent Mode”.
AISConfig is perfect for Digital Yacht’s premium AIT3000 unit, which features an internal Wi-Fi server, but it can also be used with the AIT1500 and AIT2000 transponders, in conjunction with one of Digital Yacht’s WLN10HS or WLN20 wireless NMEA servers.
AISConfig cannot be used with Digital Yacht’s older AIT250 and AIT1000 transponders or with the AIT1500N2K unit.
“AIT3000 is a class B AIS transponder with a built-in VHF splitter and with the latest interfacing capability including NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000, USB and a WiFi server.”
“Award winning AIS receiver with wireless interface. Connect to your plotter, PC and mobile device through a wireless interface. Turns your iPhone or iPad into a full function AIS display and now also compatible with apps for Android too.”
“Nomad is the first portable AIS navigation solution from Digital Yacht. It is a class B AIS transponder with a wireless and USB interface built in for tablets and PCs”
“This app will receive engine data such as RPM, temperature, pressure, fuel flow, etc. and display it all in a modern electronic dashboard.”
“Easy to use PC navigation software compatible with Navionics charts. Powerful features and AIS enhanced displays.”