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NMEA0183 Wi-Fi Device

A project in Oxford, UK by TeamSurv
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We are producing a low cost Wi-Fi interface for a boat's instruments, to connect to apps on phones and tablets, or software on PCs.
Backers: 107
Average Pledge Per Backer: £66

Funded: £7,072 of £5,000
Dates: May 31st -> Jul 5th (35 days)
Project By: TeamSurv
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Latest News

In the last week now...

June 29th - via: kickstarter.com
We're in the final week now, with the campaign closing next Wednesday 5th July 5 at 15:45 BST (07:45 PDT / 10:45 EDT / 16:45 CEST). All is now ready to press the go button for manufacturing of the PCBs, and we've been finishing off the test tool for... (Read More)

We made it!

June 20th - via: kickstarter.com
Many thanks to everyone who has backed us so far in helping us hit our target. How far can we take it in the next two weeks? Can we double it?  (Read More)

Prize draw winner

June 14th - via: kickstarter.com
Those of you who signed up to our mailing list at www.nmeatools.com were entered into a prize draw to win one of our devices. The winner is Michael from Northern Ireland, UK, but also Principal of MT Sail and Power, an RYA Training Centre and ... (Read More)

Rewards and offers

June 9th - via: kickstarter.com
We've now sold out of our batch of initial low cost devices, but we have plenty at £75 (about US$96 or €86) each, still half the price of anything that is out on the market at the moment. This also puts us at 75% of the way to hitting our target.... (Read More)

Half way there!

June 5th - via: kickstarter.com
It is great to see that we are half way to our goal, and only on the 5th day of the Kickstarter campaign. Thanks to all those who have supported us. If you have a look at the website site, www.nmeatools.com, you will see that we are expanding the... (Read More)

Panbo reviews our device

June 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
  Ben Ellison's renowned Panbo blog on marine electronics has a piece looking at both our device and also Floathub, a vessel monitoring system shortly being launched on Kickstarter. You can read it here:... (Read More)

Phew! What a start!

June 1st - via: kickstarter.com
One day in and we've reached 25% of our target, so many thanks to everyone who has backed us so far. Meanwhile, back at base, Nicholas has started work on the final version of the user interface to configure the device, and we're just putting... (Read More)

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