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.

NMEA president resigns position

David Hayden resigned as president and executive director of the National Marine Electronics Association last week at the conclusion of the group’s International Marine Electronics Conference & Expo in Fort Myers, Fla. “I wish to thank the board for the opportunity to serve, and I believe that the timing is right for me to move…more

Actuant reports 4Q, year-end results

Actuant Corp., the parent company of Marinco Electrical Group and Mastervolt, announced higher sales for the fourth quarter and the fiscal year. Consolidated sales for the fourth quarter, which ended Aug. 31, were $403 million, 30 percent higher than during the same quarter a year earlier. Earnings and earnings per share from continuing operations were…more

NMEA releases 2011 conference slate

Putting National Marine Electronics Association dealers in a position to succeed in 2012 is one of the themes of NMEA’s 2011 International Marine Electronics Conference & Expo, which is set for Sept. 29-Oct. 2 at the Sanibel Harbour Marriott Resort & Spa in Fort Myers, Fla. “Dealers and others in the NMEA have consistently ranked…more

Actuant reports 3Q results

Actuant Corp., the parent company of Marinco Electrical Group and Mastervolt, today reported a 27 percent increase in sales for its third quarter, which ended May 31. The company reported core sales growth in all four segments, resulting in a consolidated 14 percent year-over-year increase in core revenue — total sales, less the effect of…more

NMEA names new board members

The National Marine Electronics Association named five people to its board to succeed retiring members whose three-year terms have expired. The new directors are: New England regional director Hugh Lupo, co-owner of New England Marine Electronics in Norwalk, Conn.   Dealer director Mike Spyros, service director at Electronics Unlimited in Fort Lauderdale.   Northwest regional…more

New standards set for DSC-equipped VHFs

The Federal Communications Commission recently prohibited the manufacture, importation, sale and installation of fixed-mount digital selective calling-equipped marine radios that do not meet certain new requirements, the National Marine Electronics Association announced. The FCC has identified the new standards as International Telecommunications Union Recommendation M.493-11 and higher and (in the case of Class D VHF…more

Actuant reports 2Q results

Actuant Corp., the parent company of Marinco Electrical Group and Mastervolt, today reported a 13 percent increase in core revenue and a 24 percent increase in sales for its second quarter. Consolidated sales for the quarter, which ended Feb. 28, were $331 million. Core sales increased 13 percent, with acquisitions contributing an additional 11 percent…more

NMEA works on improving distress-signal communication

In response to a Coast Guard request, the National Marine Electronics Association is working toward a solution aimed at saving lives at sea. The goal, according to the association, is to ensure that radio distress signals sent by mariners contain GPS information that will enable search-and-rescue teams to locate vessels quickly and efficiently. Modern fixed-mount…more

Geonav product achieves NMEA 2000 status

The National Marine Electronics Association has granted NMEA 2000 certification for Geonav’s new Multi-Instrument Display. The certification officially recognizes that Geonav’s MID 110 adheres to the protocols of communications with the NMEA 2000 standard. “Receiving this certification is important because it means boat owners who operate with a NMEA 2000 network can be assured that…more

MIAMI: NMEA unveils master dealer program

MIAMI – The National Marine Electronics Association launched a program at the Miami International Boat Show that allows boaters to identify marine electronics dealers that are certified through its master dealer program. To qualify, dealerships must have at least one Certified Marine Electronics Technician on staff and meet requirements for technical education and proper use…more

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