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New update to Garmin Marine Command Center Architecture

by Rusti 2011-06-01 17:05

Garmin (GRMN) helps novice boat owners and veterans to make a price quality decision about Marine Command Center configuration for your current or new vessel, and it would be quite a task even for Captain Nemo. The heart of the Marine Networking Command Center, the Garmin GpsMap Display Chartplotters and Sounders, or the Marine multi function display ("MFD") alone, requires thorough thought and research.

Garmin marine command center heart the gpsmap 5215

For high-tech navigational device which combines multiple satellite data streams with detailed topographic (topo) maps and knows how to conveniently present critical information to the captain, it is crucial to stay current on hardware, software and map updates during lifetime. On the other hand the MFD should be standardized and NMEA 2000®-certified to connect with existing and future sensor arrays and marine on-board instrumentation and chart-plotting extensions. For vessel Captain the issue of Marine Cartography is extremely critical. Before purchase make sure you have found a reliable provider.

In our opinion here at Garmin is the right one, publishing updates for the areas of coverage on a given card to preferably remain the same, committed to and having a proven record of sending out regular updates of their BlueChart g2 Vision maps and nautical charts every six months, including changes in the form of new data of International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA) and Notice to Mariners (NTM) for the continuous precision chart-plotting. While weighting pros and cons of price-performance comparison, check your Marine command center' MFD chartplotter with NMEA standard network will receive an update via SD card reader and recognize as updates to nautical charts occur.

With Chartplotter centerpiece explore Marine Autopilots, Wind Sensors, Remote Sonars Sounders and Marine Radar components of the Marine Network Command Center supported by Volvo powertrain  for your sail yacht or power boat.

If you would like to read more about marine command center and GPS-friendly marine networks, we continue to discuss marine Command Center architecture in our news article "GPS Devices integrate seamlessly with new Garmin NMEA Marine Network Architecture". 




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