Fugawi X-Traverse Supports Online Charts

Thursday, April 09, 2009

Software manufacturer Northport Systems Inc. announced the addition of Hilton’s Realtime-Navigator support to its online Fugawi X-Traverse collection for use with Fugawi navigation software, Apple iPhone and MacENC for Apple OS X. The combination of Fugawi X-Traverse and Hilton’s Realtime-Navigator gives users an unparalleled set of ocean condition tools to identify fish holding locations. The ultimate saltwater fishing tool, Fugawi X-Traverse provides users of the iPhone, PCs or Macs with the most up-to-date water condition detail.

Hilton’s Realtime-Navigator provides boaters with unlimited access to the latest sea surface temperature, altimetry, water color and surface currents, allowing anglers to plan and implement strategies to locate favorable conditions for targeting desired fish species. Fugawi X-Traverse’s support for the innovative Realtime-Navigator information allows users to see their GPS position on saltwater maps using the popular iNavX software for iPhone, Fugawi Marine ENC navigation software for a PC or MacENC for Mac OS X.

With the addition of Hilton’s Realtime-Navigator maps to its Fugawi X-Traverse system, users can now download up-to-date maps directly from the internet to their navigation software. Fugawi X-Traverse users can access Realtime-Navigator information in the days preceding a fishing excursion to determine ocean current, color, temperature and altimetry tendencies that often affect baitfish location. In addition, the Fugawi X-Traverse data plan allows users to plot waypoints and save tracks in Fugawi Marine ENC and transfer them to iNavX software on the iPhone, or vice versa.

(www.fugawi.com)
(www.x-traverse.com)

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