Jeppesen debuts C-MAP 4-D cartography

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Navigation expert Jeppesen announced plans this week for the global debut of its C-MAP 4-D cartography on Geonav Multi-Function Display navigation systems.

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Units displaying the cartography were to be presented first to the industry at the National Marine Electronics Association convention, which concludes Saturday in Seattle.

End users will be able to see the actual units with C-MAP 4-D cartography starting with European consumers at the Genoa International Boat Show (Saturday through Oct. 10 in Genoa, Italy) and American boaters at the 2010 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (Oct. 28-Nov. 1).

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