Register Now! 2022 NMEA Marine Electronics Conference October 3-7 Anaheim, Ca

NMEA 2022

July 25, 2022

Registration is now open for the 2022 NMEA Conference that will be held at the Sheraton Anaheim Park Hotel on October 3 – 7, 2022. The exhibition portion of the event will be held October 4 and 5 from 1:30 to 6:30 PM. The Sheraton Anaheim Park Hotel is located next to Disneyland so attendees can bring their families to this event.

Attendees can register at the conference website www.expo.nmea.org

The 2022 NMEA Marine Electronics Conference & Expo will be the largest industry trade event in the world focusing on marine electronics. Attendees will have an opportunity to participate in technical and education sessions offered by manufacturers and by the NMEA.

The full schedule is now posted on the conference website www.expo.nmea.org

NMEA Manufacturer, Dealer, Master Dealer, and Trade members get at least one free registration to the event based on their specific member benefits. This includes all food and beverage for the entire week that the Sheraton Park Hotel prepares for the NMEA event.

The event kicks off with manufacturer trainings on Monday afternoon, October 3. Tuesday morning features more manufacturer and NMEA training sessions followed by a buffet lunch, then the opening of the expo hall where manufacturers will highlight new products for 2023. An open bar reception and appetizers will take place in the expo hall from 4:30 to 6:30 PM on Tuesday evening. The schedule is similar for Wednesday with different manufacturer and NMEA training sessions to choose from. Thursday is 100% training from more manufacturers and NMEA, followed by the NMEA Product of Excellence Awards Banquet on Thursday evening, October 6, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. The event concludes on Friday with more manufacturer and NMEA trainings.

NMEA will also offer the following full-day installer training courses. A different registration fee applies for these day-long classes:

•Basic NMEA Installer Training (MEI), Tuesday 8am-5pm
•Basic NMEA 2000® Installer Training, Wednesday 8am-5pm
•Advanced NMEA Installer Training (AMEI), Thursday 8am-5pm
•Advanced NMEA 2000® Installer Training, Friday 8am-5pm

For additional information visit www.expo.nmea.org or you may also contact the NMEA office at (410) 975-9425, or email info@nmea.org


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