Nobeltec software to integrate NMEA 2000

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British-based Actisense is collaborating with Nobeltec, the U.S. developer of PC-based marine navigation software programs and supplier of electronic charts, hardware and accessories, to integrate NMEA 2000 into Nobeltec software packages.

Powered by Actisense technology, the Nobeltec NMEA 2000 Gateway (NGT-1-NBL) is designed to transfer NMEA 2000 data from the NMEA 2000 bus to PCs running the Nobeltec VNS 11 and Admiral 11 navigation software programs.

"It has been a wonderful experience working with the great people at Actisense to build the Nobeltec NMEA 2000 PC Gateway (NGT-1-NBL)," Nobeltec product manager Bill Washburn said in a statement. "The Nobeltec NMEA 2000 PC Gateway, powered by Actisense, is based on the NGT-1, a great, award-winning product.

"We at Nobeltec look forward to continuing the great relationship between our two companies and developing additional innovative and award-winning products," he added.

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