ACR Electronics, known for its safety and SAR equipment, has jumped on the Automatic Identification System bandwagon with the GlobalWatch2, a Class-A AIS transceiver.
When MapTech introduced the touch-screen capabilities of its i3, the unit immediately became a one-of-a-kind plotter. But MapTech didn't rest on its laurels.
Teleflex introduces two new electronic control systems, the i6100 and i6200, that match up with virtually any engine.
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Well-tested and proven in commercial marine applications, this mini EPIRB can literally save your life if you go overboard.
Navionics' Platinum cartography offers lots of trick stuff, but one of the neatest - the top-down aerial photo charts of nearshore areas - features an adjustable transparent overlay.
Teleflex introduces a next-generation set of electronic controls. The KE-5 (for fully electronic engines) and KE-6 (for mechanical applications) work equally well for single- and multistation...
Being weather-aware before heading out on the water is wise, of course, and you'd like to know what weather and sea-state conditions you can expect throughout the day.
With Gladiator's patented Shadow Drive? technology, you can take control of the boat while in autopilot by just turning the wheel.
Shakespeare leads the world in the design and manufacture of antennas for marine applications...
Platinum, the award-winning cartography from Navionics, is changing the way people use electronics charts.
Lowrance Electronics, Inc. (Nasdaq: LEIX), the leader in recreational sonar and GPS innovations since 1957, is again leading the way...
The JMA-5300 series represents the first of a new line of high-performance radars built around a new proprietary JRC application-specific integrated- circuit (ASIC) architecture.
Garmin's new GPSMAP 376C is the Swiss Army Knife of GPS units.
Building on the worldwide popularity of the company's NavNet1 series, Furuno USA proudly introduces NavNet vx2.