NMEA and Electronics

The National Marine Electronics Association is an organization committed to enhancing the technology and safety of electronics used in marine applications and the profitability of its members.

Marine retailer employee gains NMEA certification

Marine electronics retailer The GPS Store announced that another member of its corporate family recently earned two important certificates from the National Marine Electronics Association. Brian Rock, who has been with the Ocean Isle Beach, N.C.-based company for about two years, recently passed courses and required tests to earn his NMEA Marine Electronics Installer Certificate…more

NMEA hands out awards at annual conference

The National Marine Electronics Association handed out its annual awards at the recent 2012 NMEA International Marine Electronics Conference & Expo Fusion Electronics received the Technology Award for the company’s high-performance 700 Marine Stereo Series. Honorable mentions went to Furuno’s NavNet TZTouch multifunction display and SI-TEX’s AIS antenna splitter. Three members of Boating Writers International…more

Actuant adds West Coast sales rep

Actuant Electrical’s marine segment, which includes the Marinco, Mastervolt, Ancor, BEP, Guest and AFI brands, announced the appointment of Richards Marine Marketing as OEM and export sales representation for the West Coast of North America. “Actuant Electrical’s marine segment offers a broad range of power products. It is essential that we have strong, technically oriented,…more

NMEA unveils standards update

The National Marine Electronics Association released a significantly updated version of NMEA 0183, its well-known standard that enables the interfacing of marine electronics. Version 4.10 will improve boating safety and navigation through updates and expansions of electronic communications data “sentences” pertaining to a number of navigation and communications devices, including Galileo satellite receivers and Automatic…more

NMEA releases cost-analysis brochure

Buying marine electronics from a discounter could lead to unexpected expenses. That’s according to the National Marine Electronics Association, which has created a brochure to educate boaters about the possible hidden costs of purchasing marine electronics based on price alone. The guide points out that although buying marine electronics from a mass marketer could be…more

NMEA releases conference lineup

The 2012 NMEA International Marine Electronics Conference & Expo, scheduled for Sept. 26-29 at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando in Orlando, Fla., will feature an expanded lineup of activities, education and training. Conference highlights include: • Three education tracks with in-depth information on business, systems design and NMEA 2000 installation topics •…more

Actuant adds two sales reps

Actuant Electrical’s marine segment, which includes the Marinco, Mastervolt, Ancor, BEP, Guest and AFI brands, is expanding its outside sales representation in North America. “Actuant Electrical’s marine segment offers a broad range of power products. It is essential that we have strong, technically oriented, outside sales representatives who understand our products and can represent them…more

Actuant reports 2Q results

Actuant Corp., the parent company of Marinco Electrical Group and Mastervolt, today announced an increase in sales and net earnings for its second quarter. Consolidated sales for the quarter that ended Feb. 29 were $378 million, 14 percent higher than during the comparable quarter in the previous year. Core sales increased 8 percent, with acquisitions…more

NMEA annual conference set for September

The National Marine Electronics Association announced that its redesigned 2012 NMEA International Marine Electronics Conference & Expo is set for Sept. 26-29 at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort in Orlando, Fla. “We’re changing everything about the conference to make certain that dealers and technical personnel find it a rewarding training and educational experience that they…more

NMEA offers marine electronics guide

The National Marine Electronics Association recently published the NMEA Guide to Boating Electronics, which provides advice to boat owners and captains about purchasing marine electronics. Prominent in the six-page guide is a “How to Choose” table that lets buyers match their criteria for electronics purchases with sources of supply, such as marine electronics dealers and…more

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