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  1. I'll add another interesting link related to RPI aboard a boat : http://agurney.com/raspberry-pi
  2. I've made some good progress in my study of a sailing RPI to be used aboard my sailboat. The needs are for a OpenCPN charting program with world CM93 charts, GPS and AIS entries and a touch-screen. 1. NMEA interfacing : http://www.stripydog.com/kplex/index.html http://www.stripydog.com/kplex/examples/piap.html 2. Serial interface provider : http://www.abelectronics.co.uk/magpi/ 3. OpenCPN installation : http://www.hisse-et-oh.com/forums/equipements/messages/1309606-raspberry-opencpn (in French) http://www.agurney.com/raspberry-pi/pi-chart 4. GPS : http://learn.adafruit.com/adafruit-ultimate-gps-on-the-raspberry-pi/introduction 5. AIS : Nothing currently but it might enter from the NMEA interfacing with serial interface as well as GPS data from the boat network 6. Touch scvreen provider : http://www.carcomputer.co.uk/index.php?/raspberry-pi/view-all-products I'll keep you updated with my progress and any comment will be appreciated.
  3. I'm new to this forum and my goal is to develop with Raspberry Pi a system to be used aboard my sailboat for navigation purpose using NMEA, OpenCPN, AIS... and I found interesting links to start from : http://www.stripydog.com/kplex/index.html http://www.stripydog.com/kplex/examples/piap.html

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