Raymarine Receives Four METS DAME Nominations

Posted by Michelle Howard
Friday, November 08, 2013

Marine electronics manufacturer Raymarine announced that it is the first company to ever receive four METS DAME Award nominations.

A global design competition for new marine equipment and accessories, the DAME Awards recognize excellence and innovation in design. From the 115 products entered for this year’s competition, 52 products from 12 countries were nominated to go forward for final judging, including all four of Raymarine’s entries.

The four products nominated are the high-performance stand-alone Dragonfly Sonar/GPS with CHIRP DownVision, the new Evolution autopilot, the ECI-100 Universal Engine and Control Interface, and the CP100 Sonar module with CHIRP DownVision. All entered in the marine electronics and related software category, the products will be judged on many aspects from function to aesthetics and from packaging to end product.

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