Coming off the coattails of DMK's successful Seattle Boat Show debut, here's a profile of our company written by Deborah Bach of Three Sheets NW. It's a great summary of how DMK Yacht Instruments got its start.
You can read the blog post here.
In addition to describing how Doug, Matt and Kevin started the company, Bach offers a concise explanation of what the DMK Box does and how it can benefit boaters. From the article:
"Any boater with a smartphone or iPad has probably wondered when someone was going to figure out a way to easily display data from onboard instruments without shelling out big bucks for a complex navigation system.
Now a start-up Seattle company, DMK Yacht Instruments, has developed a way to do just that.
And if the company succeeds with its first product — a small and relatively inexpensive box that can broadcast real-time instrument data to your favorite mobile device — it may help to usher in a revolution in how we get and use information aboard our boats.
The system connects to NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000 and Raymarine’s SeaTalk communications protocols, allowing boaters with a mix of systems onboard to unite them through the box."