We will continue to improve the awards for by adding categories as the industry evolves and we get feedback from the membership. Awards were given in 16 categories. Here are the recipients:.
NMEA members also voted on a particular manufacturer who had demonstrated superior support of their products to all who install and service them in the field. NMEA and the membership congratulate Garmin on winning this award. Twelve new products were entered in the competition. Pressing the man overboard button MOB activates a track-back mode and marks the MOB location on the multi-function display.
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Cortex sports a host of other functions as well, including anchor dragging alert and collision alarm. At the heart of the system is a blending of high-definition digital or thermal video from networked Raymarine or FLIR marine cameras and dynamic graphics. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
NMEA names award winners September 26, Adam Quandt. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Browse the Furuno product catalog for current and previous products. On September 19th,Furuno enjoyed an exciting evening of recognition at the NMEA Products of Excellence Awards ceremony, bringing home 5 plaques for their revolutionary products, including the coveted awards for Radar and Fish Finder.
In as inFuruno's ground-breaking and ground-mapping! The DFF3D takes fishfinding to new depths, with a degree view from port to starboard, showing fish depth, location under the boat and the direction fish are moving, as well as displaying the seabed condition in real-time.
Intuitive and easy-to-understand display modes bring the underwater world to life like never before. The SC33's compact dome offers incredibly accurate attitude information for navigation equipment via two GNSS antennas, 3-axis rate gyro, and acceleration sensors. The gyro and rate sensors allow the SC33 to calculate highly accurate roll and pitch data without requiring a third GNSS sensor. This versatile unit has multiple ports to output reliable AIS data to all of the ship's navigation systems.
The Radar's new hardware, including refined antennas and gearboxes, provide excellent reliability and decrease the overall costs of ownership while making installation and maintenance easier than ever.
Beyond setting standards for electronic interfaces, communication protocols and functionality for navigation equipment, the mission of the NMEA is to contribute to the development and popularization of the marine electronics industry.
Because NMEA membership is reserved for dealers, distributors, industry experts, and NMEA-approved technicians, and they each vote for who they feel should win the awards, Furuno's undisputed leadership in NMEA Award wins is a testament to their reputation for excellence and reliability among marine professionals and customers around the world.
Furuno offers its sincere congratulations to the other deserving award winners this year. For complete details on the these award-winning Furuno models, as well as their full line of quality marine electronics, see your Furuno dealer, or visit them on the web at www.
Wednesday, September 25, NMEA devices can be connected to a computer via a USB gateway or multiplexer that has been designed for that purpose. A gateway provides a single input and output whereas a multiplexer provides several inputs and one or more outputs. The two can inter-work, but reliability cannot be guaranteed. That way, it turns these devices in real navigation equipment.
Up to 4 simultaneous devices. With MiniPlex the existing SeaTalk and newer Nmea Instruments are supported keeping everything talking together via the mux. Its a good solution. I really recommend it. Really can't say enough good things about the MiniPlex, although I've only had it for a few days. Their customer support is also highly responsive. The MiniPlex-3 Series has a rich set of features and configuration options, enabling the user to tackle almost any NMEA bottleneck or interface problem.
Share via Share via Manufacturer statement. Base Stations. SeaTalk depth transducer, speed paddle wheel, wind angle and speed, autopilot, GPS, cockpit Raymarine chartplotter; connects to the MiniPlex via standard SeaTalk cabling.Online registration for the conference has closed. Onsite registration is available on Monday 7am at the Granite State Room. The conference full schedule is now live! See full schedule. Student Conference Registration is Open! Register early as space is limited!
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Learn how you can donate here. Join the RoomShare or RideShare list. We have a fantastic venue to host the conference; UNH was just ranked the second coolest school in the country by the Sierra Club! This recognition celebrates UNH's national leadership in sustainability and its commitment to protecting the environment, addressing climate issues, and encouraging environmental responsibility. As you've come to expect, this NMEA conference will offer a variety of opportunities.
During the day, attend a full program highlighting the latest trends and research in marine education. Then, in the evening, explore both Portsmouth, NH one of the nation's oldest cities, filled with vibrant restaurants and shops to explore and Rye, NH, home to the Seacoast Science Centerwhere we will be enjoying a full lobster bake.
Complete your conference experience by exploring the beauty of New Hampshire and Maine on one of our field trips. Trips include a boat trip to the Shoals Marine Laboratorykayaking in our Great Bay, a whale watch cruise, tours of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard established in and still operational todayand sampling cuisine from the New England culinary scene.
Registration Information Register now! Exhibitor Information Sponsor Information.Several lodging options are available for conference attendees. Lodging is available both on and off the University of New Hampshire Campus.
For those traveling without minors accommodations are available at Mills Hall and Fairchild Hall. Both halls are located close to downtown and the conference facilities. Mills Hall is a suite-style residence hall with Fairchild Hall offering more traditional campus accommodations. For those traveling with minors, accommodations are available at Woodside Apartments. Woodside Apartments, is also located on the UNH campus and within walking distance of the conference facilities, The Dairy Bar and the outdoor pool!
Dormitory options, costs, and registration. It offers free parking and a free breakfast buffet. Please call the hotel directly to reserve and reference NMEA when booking.
It offers free parking, and a free full breakfast. There is a full service restaurant and bar on site called the Frost Sawyer Tavern which opens nightly. Please call the Inn directly to reserve and reference National Marine Educators Association when booking.
You will not receive this discount when registering on-line. There are a number of hotels available in both Portsmouth and Dover NH. Both cities are a short driving distance from the campus. Portsmouth Area Hotels. Dover Area Hotels Trip Advisor. Find a roommate by joining the roomshare list. Meet a new colleague and save some money in the process.NMEA Concurrent session digital presentations are available online. If you are interested in presenting a poster for the Student Conference, please visit the Student Conference webpage for more information and to submit an application.
Are you looking to become more active in the organization? Do you wonder what NMEA is doing to advance our mission around the world? Please join us to learn about NMEA's history, current projects, and future goals, and how you can become more involved.
Meet our leadership team and make connections, old and new. All Audiences. Room Celia Cackowski, Virginia Institute of Marine Science Bridge DATA series: The heat is on Using the longest continuous record of atmospheric carbon dioxide measurements Mauna Loa and greenhouse gas data, participants will evaluate trends over the past 60 years as well as seasonal variations in sea level.
Room Kartik Jha, SmartStart Evaluation and Research with Joshua Penman How to think like an evaluator This presentation will provide a clear, basic framework for you to conduct your own evaluation or engage with external evaluators. We will present a crash course on how to develop SMART goals and a theory of change, collect and interpret evaluation data, and use findings to improve student learning outcomes and measure program success.
Get an overview of lessons ranging from analyzing aerial survey data for North Atlantic right whale identification to working with Atlantic salmon telemetry data from Maine. Monitoring sewage pollution in coastal waters In this workshop, participants will learn how to test their local waters for sewage contamination by using an EPA approved technique that can reveal the extent to which shellfishing, swimming, boating and drinking waters meet public health standards. Theater I Sylvia Spalding, Western Pacific Fishery Management Council Sticking a finger in the pie: Creating ways to teach students about fisheries and traditional knowledge Millennia before Western contact, human populations on small, remote Pacific islands used place-based, intergenerational observation to develop traditional knowledge that allows them to balance use and conservation of resources, such as fisheries.
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Today, the Western path has led to coastal habitat loss, ecosystem disruptions and climate change. Traditional knowledge is increasingly sought by native and non-native populations to address these resource and climate change issues. Learn how educators are overcoming challenges to teach these subjects. This session will explore the 8 Key Concepts of Ocean and Environmental Science and their use in a variety of educational settings.
Angelica Baylon, MAAP Climate change mitigation by private company stakeholders in the Philippines The presentation will provide an overview of how an NGO composed of private companies join together for environmental protection and management in support of the government. A model named Integrated Bataan Coastal care management will be shared. Informal Educators, Government Agencies. Patrick Wells, Holy Spirit High School with Jan Negrijn Place based education: Monitoring ocean water temperatures In a place-based learning project, high school students under the supervision of local mariners developed, built, and deployed arrays to monitor ocean water temperatures in Conception Bay NL.
The arrays documented temporal variations related to depth, seasonality, and weather conditions. Temperature data was correlated with the seasonality of migratory species. The project brought forth aspects of learning that were unexpected and these challenges and solutions are revealed in this presentation.
Room Julia Peterson, NH Sea Grant and UNH Cooperative Extension Integrating social science with outreach projects This presentation will provide participants with information about the benefits and challenges of integrating a social science component with their outreach projects.
It will include things to think about when considering a social science component and tips for working with social scientists to get helpful information that can strengthen a program's needs assessment, design, delivery or evaluation. Room Tami Lunsford, Newark Charter School Marine science in a 3-dimensional Biology lesson Come experience a three-dimensional lesson using primary production in the ocean as a phenomenon! Room Nancy FitzGerald, Academy for Environmental Science Piece, love, and data An important piece of the Next Generation Science Standards is getting students to work with data, often this translates to students creating graphs.
Learn how to turn students on to data that goes well beyond graphing. This session will use two lessons supported by the Monterey Bay Research Institute's EARTH initiative to show teachers how they can combine art and science to get their students to love working with data. Room Aldyn Markle, Hampshire College Approaching the iceberg: Navigating effective communication and accessibility in informal ocean and climate change education This session examines what creates an effective informal ocean and climate change education from multiple perspectives.
I will be drawing from cognitive science, behavior change and educational research, as well as feminist science studies and research on cultural accessibility and incorporating diverse perspectives in informal science education. Informal Educators. After search and rescue missions halted, the sunken vessel remained missing. Room Amanda Rinehart, Artist Boat Student design and install of WaterSmart Landscapes to reduce surface water runoff from school campuses We, Back the Bay, created awareness of stormwater runoff, developed critical thinking skills, and created action to increase water conservation and reduce storm runoff from school campuses.
Using experiential and project-based learning in the classroom and outdoors we increased knowledge and improved attitudes of th grade students, and stewarded Galveston Bay via the student-led design and installation of WaterSmart Landscapes on five campuses. Landscapes will ultimately result in long-term water quality improvement of Galveston Bay.
The maker movement has enabled schools, teachers and students to create scientific instruments that can be very powerful and much cheaper than if bought from commercial vendors. Moreover, by building these instruments students come to understand that they often are based on scientific principles they understand and know.The NMEA, which stands for National Marine Electronics Association, is committed to enhancing the technology and safety of marine electronics through installer training and interface standards.
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