Advances in marine electronics, including GPS and electronic charts, computer-aided design and gyro stabilizers, have transformed the on-the-water experience, making boating safer and more enjoyable.

Fusion Electronics adds Southeast distributor

Consolidated Electronic Distributors is now a direct distributor for New Zealand-based Fusion Electronics, adding to more than 70 active manufacturer connections in the marine electronics and entertainment industry.

Digital switching systems allow the user to collect data and show it on mobile devices, such as phones and tablets.

Digital switching is making inroads

For the past few years the new-boat sales buzz has centered on several key factors — attracting millennials and Hispanic buyers, keeping boating simple and user-friendly, and minimizing maintenance concerns — oh, and we need to do all this while keeping costs at an affordable level. Basically we’re talking about offering more for less, a…more

Larger multitouch MFDs are making their way onto more of today’s big center consoles.

Getting to the bottom

During the past 12 months a good portion of the marine electronics industry has been promoting and producing products that create better images of the structure and activity below the boat — both directly under the keel and in the depths surrounding it.

ICAST 2015: Lowrance unveils 3D sonar technology

ORLANDO, Fla. — The marine electronics segment of the industry is taking full advantage of this year’s ICAST show to introduce its latest technologies, focusing on sonar and fish-finding products.

Si-Tex Marine Electronics marks 40 years

Si-Tex Marine Electronics is celebrating its 40th anniversary and launching a new website for Si-Tex and Koden products as it commemorates its fourth decade in business.

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