DGT began their operations by producing digital game timers (DGT). It was FIDE the World Chess Organization who expressed a wish to to use electronic boards at the 1998 Chess Olympiad in Elista, DGT took up the challenge and set out to develop a system of some 300 electronic boards integrated into a single network, to collect all data for live internet presentation as well as the gamescores for the printed daily bulletin.
Since the Elista Olympiad many electronic tournament boards have been produced by DGT and nowadays almost all chess tournaments use the boards to broadcast the games live via the internet.
In 2015 DGT started to sell Revelation II from Phoenix Chess Systems. In 2016 DGT released DGT Pi for their DGT E-Boards which is a fully functional DGT 3000 game clock plus built in chess engine programs.
You can visit the DGT Homepage for more information on their products.