Actisense, Nobeltec Collaborate for Simpler Installations

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Actisense, the marine electronics brand from Active Research, based in Poole, UK, announced its collaboration with Nobeltec, the US based developer of PC-based marine navigation software programmes and supplier of electronic charts, hardware, and accessories, to integrate NMEA 2000 into Nobeltec software packages. Powered by Actisense technology, the Nobeltec NMEA 2000 Gateway (NGT-1-NBL) has been designed to transfer NMEA 2000 data from the NMEA 2000 bus to PC’s running the Nobeltec VNS 11 and Admiral 11 navigation software programs. Based on the Actisense NMEA 2000 PC Interface (NGT-1) design, Nobeltec approached Actisense to develop a solution for them which expands the range of data available to the VNS and Admiral Software packages and simplifies installation and support of their products.  

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