November 27, 2019  Yacht Devices at METS Trade 2019

  • DAME Design Award 2019 Ceremony
  • Yacht Devices booth at METS Trade 2019
  • Aleksandr Gorlach at METS Trade 2019
  • Yacht Devices booth at METS Trade 2019
  • Yacht Devices booth at METS Trade 2019
  • Terminator or candy?

We thank everyone who visited us at the booth in Amsterdam and made these days lively and extremely useful for us! We are glad to share photos from the expo (use the slider above, click to enlarge) and a new video about our family of digital switching products.

The METS Trade is the largest international B2B exhibition for marine equipment, materials and systems. It attracts significant press attention due for its DAME Design Award and I-nnovation LAB, where the most innovated products of the year are selected by a jury of industry experts.

We are proud that our multifunctional Alarm Button was selected as a finalist and showcased at both the awards ceremony and in the I-nnovation LAB hall. The winner in the marine electronics category was Garmin GPSMAP 86i, and we are highly motivated to design a product to compete and win the award in 2020.

We apologize to visitors that our Dutch and English catalogs had run out out by the morning of the 3rd day of the expo — we did not expect to be so popular. The awards ceremony brought many visitors to our booth, and we are very pleased with the number new partners and contacts we have from this event.

Ecology and electrical motors are the new trend in recent years, and many companies exhibited a wide range of a new generation of marine motors. We got a several requests from companies to add support for electrical motor controllers to our Engine Gateway, to make that data visible on NMEA 2000 devices. We are indeed highly interested in extending the protocols family supported by our Engine Gateway, and we are ready to add support of electrical motors for free. We also ready to help companies develop custom software for our Bridge; it is a very simple and easy starting platform for prototyping and development of CAN converters.

We were also very glad to meet our dealers from Europe, USA and Australia and to show them our new Battery Monitor, Run Indicator and Ethernet Gateway which will be released soon. Some of them are spent hours at our booth, helping us serve visitors at the busiest times, and we are very thankful for their help, especially Matijn Moeling from SlimSchip who was with us for all three days.


Ben Stein from helped us record a short presentation of our family of digital switching products. With our products, you can manage AC and DC loads from chart plotters, tablets, and smartphones or from hardware buttons or over a CAN bus. We can switch loads, measure loads, display loads, and sound-signal events. Most of our sensors can also manage loads by user rules.

If you are missed the METS Trade, we invite you to Booth C13 in Hall 10, the booth of Kiel Nautic (Mathias Busse) at Boot Dusseldorf 2020, January 18-26, where our products will be exhibited and you'll be able to test them in action. We'll also be at the expo January 18-21, but will not be at the booth all the time. Please contact us for an appointment on at Booth 10.C13. We'll be glad to meet users, dealers and everyone who is interested to learn more about our products.


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