Dokensip can be used with up to 16 sensors

Dokensip allows up to 16 sensors to be linked to the core Dokensip allows up to 16 sensors to be linked to the core
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Dokensip was born from a need for users to see where and how their boat is at any time.

The product – available from SMG – is especially useful for charter companies who can use it to prove where the boat is and where it has been.

“Operators can see the last positions of the boat,” explained Dokensip sales manager Jon Brizuela. “They can set it so they receive an alert if the boat is not where it should be.”

The system can be set to provide weather information, tidal information, battery levels, bilge levels and temperature among others.

“Up to 16 sensors can be linked to the core,” explained Jon. “The sensors are wireless and will talk to the core. The core will look at the levels of the sensors every six minutes. As soon as something changes, the sensor will tell the brain there is another value. It will tell it something has changed.”

Easy to install

And he explained that the system is very easy to install and can be turned on and off using an app.

“It’s a wireless, fully controlled system,” said Jon. “The multi-channel alert process is unique - if someone breaks into the boat, a user will get an email and alert and the user has to acknowledge it; an alert is sent every minute until it is acknowledged for ten minutes, then an SMS will be sent.

“Again, if there is no acknowledgement, the system will call the user and will call up to three contacts for three cycles.

“There’s not very many systems I’ve seen that have that level of alerts. It’s one of the best communication alert systems I’ve ever come across.”

In addition, an agreement with Dometic allows those using the company’s air conditioning systems to set the saloon temperature and strength of fan.

The system can also include am IP67 waterproof sider for a dinghy or tender so that as soon as it is 40m away, an alert will be triggered.

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