RAYMARINE’S CLEARCRUISE AR (Augmented Reality) and M400XR Marine Thermal Camera System both won prestigious awards at the 2019 National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) Marine Electronics Conference & Expo in Portsmouth, Virginia, USA.

The 2019 NMEA Technology Award is the third major award won by Raymarine’s ClearCruise AR. It also won the 2018 NMMA Innovation Award at the 2018 IBEX Show in Tampa and SAIL Magazine’s 2019 Pittman Innovation Award.

Raymarine’s M400XR Marine Thermal Camera System took out the award for the Best Marine Camera in the highly competitive Product of Excellence Awards.

Both products are available from Lusty & Blundell’s nationwide network.



JAPANESE COMPANY FURUNO received five gongs at the 2019 National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) Products of Excellence Awards ceremony in USA, including the awards for best radar and fish finder.

Furuno has now won a staggering 230 NMEA awards. In the radar category, the DRS4DNXT 25W solid-state doppler radar took home the top prize, while the DFF3D took the award for fish finder, as it did in 2018.

The DFF3D offers a 120-degree view from port to starboard, showing fish depth and location under the boat.

The SC33 Satellite Compass took the award for NMEA 2000 Sensor while in the AIS category, top honours went to the FA170 Class A AIS transponder.

Finally, in the Commercial category, the star of the evening was Furuno’s FAR2228BB radar, a first-time NMEA Award nominee.

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