Siren Marine’s Next-Gen Connected Boat

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Siren Marine unveiled its next-generation Connected Boat product, which seeks to enhance the boat ownership experience while providing the industry with data needed to improve products.

Siren 3 Pro connects with the free Siren Marine app for vessel monitoring and control. It features GPS tracking, worldwide LTE cellular connectivity and works with a range of wireless and wired sensors.

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Siren 3 Pro also has built-in NMEA 2000 connectivity to enable digital-switching capabilities via partnerships with such companies as CZone.

“Ten years of experience in the Connected Boat realm has led to the culmination of this new device,” Siren founder and CEO Daniel Harper said in a statement. “In that time, we’ve gained invaluable knowledge from boaters and the industry. … We believe the Siren 3 series has the potential to transform every boat into a smart boat.”

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