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Digital Deep Sea launch DigAtoN range of AIS aids to navigation

Press Release   •   Apr 29, 2014 16:47 BST

Digital Deep Sea have introduced a new range of AIS aids to navigation (AtoNs) called DigAtoN.  These are devices designed to fit to marine structures, light-houses, wind turbines, hazards or buoys and can transmit AIS location and identification signals to nearby AIS equipped vessels and shore stations.  They can then, not only positively identify the position of these marks on a plotter or ECDIS, but also read data (such as weather and hydrological instruments) collected by the AtoN.

DigAtoNs can also be configured to represent a virtual or synthetic point if mounted remotely from a physical location, allowing a single AtoN to produce up to 5 “virtual” marks.

The DigAtoN is available as a Class 1 device (transmit only) or a Class 3 device (transmit and receive).  Class 1 devices require a local AIS base station to be operating in the same area as the AtoN whereas Class 3 devices can internally allocate slots for transmission allowing them to be placed anywhere.  Class 3 devices can also be configured and queried remotely and wirelessly “chained” together for extended range configuration.

DigAtoN products are also available with an additional sensor interface installed to allow extended monitoring and digital switching capability including analogue and digital sensing plus relay switched outputs.

DigAtoN products start from £3000 plus vat (US$5000) and a wide range of customisation and configuration is available.  Further details from Digital Deep Sea, The Technology Centre, Failand Farm, Green Lane, Failand, Bristol BS8 3TR.  TEL + 44 1179 554475 (US 978 277 1234) or visit www.digitalyacht.co.uk


Digital Deep Sea is a brand of Digital Yacht Ltd, one of the UK’s fast growing marine electronic manufacturers with a portfolio of AIS, WiFi, navigation, network and communication products. 

The Digital Deep Sea brand footprints commercial shipping, workboats, fishing, superyacht and naval users.  Digital Deep Sea products are sold globally through the company’s three regional sales centres in the UK, US and China and through a network of 100’s distributors and dealers worldwide.  The company recently won the NMEA award for innovation and was also the winner of the METS DAME Electronics Category award for iAIS.

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