Oct 9th, 2018

Garmin LogoGarmin International, Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd, today announced that it was named Manufacturer of the Year for the fourth consecutive year by members of the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA). This honor is given to the most recognized company in the marine electronics field for its support of products in the field, voted on by members of the NMEA.

Garmin, also earned the coveted NMEA Technology Award for its Panoptix LiveScopeTM and four Product of Excellence Awards with wins in the following categories: multi-function display (MFD), autopilot, multi-media entertainment and mobile application—utility. The honors were announced at the 2018 NMEA Convention and Expo held last week.

“We’re extremely proud to be honored by the NMEA for both our industry-leading technology as well as our support of our products to dealers and customers in the field,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin Vice-President, Global Consumer Sales. “Our commitment to deliver first-class hardware, software and support is stronger than ever, and these coveted awards are the result of that dedication and a true testament to our industry-leading products.”

A panel of four judges, including two media and two NMEA certified marine electronics technicians (CMET), evaluated 16 nominated products this year before awarding Panoptix LiveScope with the exclusive NMEA Technology Award honor. “LiveScope is the first and only live, real-time recreational scanning sonar,” the NMEA Technology Award judges said. “The transducer has two modes—straight down and forward looking. LiveScope is an innovative system that combines scanning sonar and live sonar to deliver easy-to-interpret, real-time images of bottom structure, bait and fish to 200 feet below or around the boat, even when the boat is stationary. When the boat is moving it continuously adjusts the sonar beams to compensate for motion.”

Garmin also won the MFD category for the third year in a row for its GPSMAP 8624, a 24-inch all-in-one touchscreen chartplotter that boasts the highest screen resolution on the market.

For six years running, Garmin received the top spot in the autopilot category, this year for its

GHP Reactor 40 Hydraulic Autopilot with SmartPump.

FUSION, a Garmin brand, also received consecutive honors with a win in the multimedia entertainment category for the third year for its Apollo RA770 marine entertainment system.

Finally, Garmin’s ActiveCaptain was honored in the mobile application—utility category.

For further information please visit: www.garmin.com.

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