Volvo Penta Unveil Glass Cockpit System Display

MaritimeEquipment.com
Thursday, August 01, 2013
Photo courtesy of Volvo Penta

Garmin International Inc., a global leader in satellite navigation, in conjunction with AB Volvo Penta announce their integrated and multi-function solution for Volvo Penta engines and steering systems.

With Garmin’s reliable and user-friendly interface coupled with the most pivotal handling and safety information from Volvo Penta, the makers say that the Volvo Penta Glass Cockpit System is the ultimate solution for Volvo Penta propulsion systems and equipped vessels.

“Garmin and Volvo Penta boast a rich history of providing innovative, useful and reliable products to the market and this is certainly apparent with the Volvo Penta Glass Cockpit System,” said Dan Bartel, vice president of worldwide sales. “This series provides the user-friendliness and reliability from Garmin and the easy handling and safety features from Volvo Penta to present a fully integrated system for our customers, ultimately making for a more enjoyable boating experience.”

“Volvo Penta is proud to introduce the Volvo Penta Glass Cockpit System, a revolution in driver environment design, in alliance with Garmin,” said Stefan Carlsson, President, European region of Volvo Penta. “The advanced, integrated features facilitate easy, safe and comfortable boating for drivers.”

Offered in an 8-inch, 12-inch and 15-inch multi-function display or a 15-inch, 17-inch and 19-inch monitor with accompanying black box processor, a Remote Input Device and SD Card Reader, the Volvo Penta Glass Cockpit System is versatile for installation in any boat type or location.

www.volvopenta.com
www.garmin.com

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