Radio Holland to Market Netwave VDR

Monday, April 17, 2006
Cut Netwave vdr-edt-3b_CC-3 Radio Holland Netherlands has formalized a co-operation with Netwave, manufacturer of a new generation of ultra compact Voyage Data Recorders, by signing an official distribution agreement. Radio Holland Netherlands has been appointed as Netwave’s agent for Sales and Service activities. Netwave's scalable VDR and (S)VDR architecture encompasses a minimal number of compact units, of which the interconnection is limited to a mere, single “WaveNet” cable. This feature enables ‘fast-track’ installation. Adding the auto-configuring remote-diagnostics capabilities of the system, this offers fleet owners a cost-effective roll-out solution and reliability at all times.
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