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.
Registration also is open for the industry’s largest marine-electronics trade event, scheduled for Sept. 20-24 in Orlando, Fla.
The advanced NMEA 2000 Class was added to the in-person training lineup in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
The electronics conference, in conjunction with the Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services, is scheduled for Sept. 20-24 in Orlando, Fla.
The Ethernet standard offers higher speeds and compatibility with other systems, as well as a common network infrastructure on Internet Protocol Version 6.
The director of Gemeco Marine Accessories will serve a three-year term.
Steven Katz takes over as chair.
Convention will include seminars, new products and awards.
A new award was presented for a manufacturer that introduces a product at the conference.
The organization is targeting marine electronics personnel who are younger than 40, with industry veterans as mentors.
A variety of educational and training seminars will be offered.
ABYC and NMEA are the watchdogs of innovation.
The IMEA will promote safety, educational programs, and charitable initiatives.
After last year’s successful expo in West Palm Beach, the two associations plan to hold a “bigger and better” joint conference and expo in Norfolk, Virginia.
The latest version is designed for new global satellite systems.
Topics include installer training, ethernet standards and transducer technology.
Nominations for the marine electronics association’s Technology Awards are due by Sept. 14.
Topics include on-board connectivity, networking options, NMEA cabling and more.
The Product of Excellence Awards will be presented at the association’s Marine Electronics Conference & Expo in September.
The National Marine Electronics Association presented its Product of Excellence Awards and the Technology Award at the International Marine Electronics Conference & Expo.
The National Marine Electronics Association said it appointed four additional members to its board of directors.
Turnout of 450 was the highest ever, thanks in large measure to a steadily expanding educational and training component
The NMEA presented product of excellence awards in 16 categories.
NAPLES, Fla. — The NMEA 2016 International Marine Electronics Conference & Expo drew a record 450 attendees with 50 exhibits, in-water boat demos and dozens of educational sessions.