Award-winning NMEA specialists, Actisense, are set to host a Manufacturer Training Session at the 2018 NMEA International Marine Electronics Conference & Expo in Palm Beach Garden, Florida.
Industry specialists from leading marine electronics manufacturers, Actisense are attending the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) Conference & Expo in the USA. At the event, held at the PGA resort in Florida, Actisense will be sharing insights, showcasing their latest products, contributing to expert committees, and hosting a special manufacturer training session.
Run by company CEO Phil Whitehurst, a 90-minute Actisense training session will give marine dealers and distributors an opportunity to hear expert advice and learn about best practice in the industry. Providing useful Actisense product insights, the session takes place on 27th September at 3 pm.
Andy Campbell, Actisense Chief Engineer, will also be contributing alongside fellow industry leaders to a number of committees collaborating at the conference to inform and shape the future of marine electronics. This will include modifying and proposing additions to the NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000 standards. Andy will also be helping to improve and test the soon to be published OneNet standard.
Phil Whitehurst, said:
“We’ve been attending the NMEA conference for a number of years now and have found the event incredibly useful. It’s helped us to spread awareness from the Actisense brand amongst key decision makers from major marine electronics companies around the globe. For the fourth year, we are delighted to be hosting a 90-minute manufacturing training session, giving other experts in-depth insights into our products.’’
Andy Campbell, said
“Again I am honoured to be in the rare position of helping to mould all three generations of the NMEA standards from NMEA 0183, through NMEA 2000 to NMEA OneNet. The standards committee meetings, held before and during the conference, are the best occasion for experts from around the world to gather and improve each of the standards for the benefit of the everyone – from the casual boater the largest manufacturer and everyone in-between.”
Taking place over four days from the 25th to the 28th September 2018, the NMEA Conference & Expo is a once-a-year opportunity to meet with representatives from the North American marine electronics industry and beyond.
Active Research Ltd was formed and established by Phil Whitehurst, a Chartered Electronics Engineer, in 1997. Creating intelligent marine electronic products under the Actisense brand, they have built up an excellent reputation for quality and reliability. They now work with 70 distributors in 44 countries from Norway to New Zealand, Canada to Korea and all of mainland Europe.
For more information about Actisense, visit: www.actisense.com