This web site offers a range of NMEA interfacing devices and related software that have been developed by TeamSurv. On the hardware side we offer a NMEA to USB data logger, and we are just starting to manufacture a NMEA0183 to Wi-Fi gateway after a successful Kickstarter campaign. On the software side, we will shortly have on the site apps for Apple and Android, and a number of tools for handling NMEA data.
This site will be developing significantly over the next few weeks, so please come back soon. Also, if you sign up to our newsletter, we will send you occasional emails with news, product updates, and tips on NMEA related matters.
SmartLog USB NMEA Data Logger
NMEA0183 to Wi-Fi Gateway
TeamSurv is a project about mapping the depths of our seas using crowd sourcing, and for this to succeed we need as many ways of logging data as possible. Last year we started looking at adding an app to our collection of tools, but found the NMEA to W-Fi devices necessary to make this work pretty expensive. So we played around a bit, looked at some designs, and decided we could produce a high quality device at a significantly lower cost. With electronics, costs quickly come down as quantities go up, so we decided to make our Wi-Fi device a truly general purpose device that could be used in just about any situation. Over the past months we have been developing hardware and firmware, and testing on the bench and on boats, to get the design just right. Now we are ready to go to manufacture, we are running a Kickstarter campaign to get as many initial orders as possible to ensure the costs are low.After the campaign we will continue producing the device, selling it through this web site and other channels.
Tim heads up the TeamSurv project, and has been involved in marine electronics and computing since the days before GPS. He is managing the project and providing the marine specific expertise.
Nicholas has been involved in electronics and software on everything from nuclear submarines to mobile phones. He is leading the development of the devices.
Aidan joined us in December fresh from University, and has been concentrating on the productionising of the prototype systems.