B&G’s RemoteVision

IBI News reports that B&G will demonstrate its RemoteVision wireless autopilot/instrument control system at the Southampton International Boat Show in September. Can’t find anything about it, except for a short quote from Conrad Humphreys, who will be skippering HELLOMOTO during the Vend´┐Że Globe.
“RemoteVision is smaller than a palm PC and features a full LCD graphical screen and simple four-button control. It utilises wireless technology to instantly send and receive signals from B&G’s h2000 Hercules and Hydra pilots and instruments. All readings from the instruments can be viewed on the RemoteVision anywhere on a vessel, “be it at the top of a 60ft mast in torrential weather or down in the galley preparing a meal,” said the company.”

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