Besides displaying coordinates, today's GPS units interface with other electronics on the bridge for unprecedented convenience.
Considering the speed at which this industry is evolving, experts agree that in as little as a year, we will be using new technology that we can't imagine right now.
The new Interphase MPC 2000 is a Windows-5/8-based personal computer designed to handle the tough marine environment.
The 2 5/8-inch gauges boast large, easy-to-read graphics as do matching 5-inch liquid-filled speedometer and tachometer.
JRCs PLOT 500F answers those who want it their way. The combination chart plotter and dual-frequency sounder offers lots of user control.
This PC-compatible deep sea fishing game takes anglers in pursuit of 22 different species.
NavCenter updates the forecasts daily and allows users to download four days of weather information in six-hour intervals.
Teleflex Marine introduces Fog-Free Gauges, specially designed for optimum clarity and performance in humid marine environments.
Garmin's new eTrex handheld GPS is compact with a capital "C."
The Defense Department justifies limiting the position accuracy available from civilian GPS units via selective availability (S.A.) by claiming it prevents enemies from using our own system against...
Thanks to miniturization, even small fishing boats can use the same high-end navigational and sounding equipment as larger rigs.
The new software package predicts tides and currents from Maine to Mexico.
Furuno's new 6-inch radar is intended for smaller boats.
Connecting marine electronics to this NMEA 2000 network is as easy as riding a bus. Teleflexs MagicBus system provides a digital backbone of useful information that can be shared by all connected...
Northstar's 61XD is a laptopless charting system.