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Navionics’s SonarCharts use sonar logs from users, along with data from the hydrographic office and proprietary surveys to add detail to a layer of cartography.
As Interphase Technologies joins Garmin, forward-looking sonar may get a boost.
How To Double Down on Radar
You may not have looked at Lowrance lately. That’s because you’ve never seen anything like this before: The HDS-9 Gen2 Touch. It’s got a lot of functions you may...
Time is on your side with C-MAP’s 4D charts, which include high-resolution bathymetry and additional wreck and marina data to help you plan voyages and fishing trips....
Your helm may create its own Wi-Fi network and share data with you wirelessly.
Pay attention now, it’s really starting to get good.
A two-way satellite communicator with GPS, the InReach belongs to an exciting and relatively new category; it’s a Satellite Early Notification Device (SEND). Power &...
Furuno rocked the 2012 Miami Boat Show with the release of its NavNet TZtouch multifunction diplay, the first ever to boast dual-touch screens with functionality like an iPad....
Defending the bandwidth for GPS.We’ve all had voyages that weren’t quite what we signed up for when we first got into boating—trips in which the wind and sea on...
Seeing Far & Near
Simrad adds the radar technology it developed for recreational boats to a system for ships and megayachts.
Know how the components of your helm—and the rest of the boat—communicate.
Think about each component of your boat’s electronics to create a powerful system that’s greater than the sum of its parts.
Si-Tex has introduced a new, ultra-compact GPS compass that it says is the smallest on the market...
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