NMEA hands out awards at annual convention
Posted on 08 October 2008
The National Marine Electronics Association presented several industry awards during its annual convention Oct. 1-4 in San Diego.
, of Bellevue, Wash., took top honors in the Communications category for its M604 VHF radio. It’s the third consecutive year the company has won in this category.Click here for the complete release.Furuno USA
, of Camas, Wash., was honored with four awards at the convention, including Manufacturer of the Year-Support for the third straight year. Furuno’s NavNet won NMEA awards in three categories: Radar, for the NavNet 3D DRS Ultra Hi-Definition Radar Series; Navigation, for the NavNet 3D MFD12; and Fish Finding, for the DFF1, NavNet 3D’s Network Sounder.Click here for the complete release.
Norwegian manufacturer Simrad
won the Best Autopilot award for its new AP24-AP28 series. Both models feature the company’s Virtual Rudder Feedback technology, which eliminates the need for a rudder feedback unit when installed on outboard or sterndrive boats.Click here for the complete release.