The New Backbone Of Onboard Data Networking

In their own journal, NMEA is again promoting the NMEA 2000 standard. Not surprising of course, but just publishing these press-releases won’t do much good. Companies involved in developing this standard will have to push new products onto the market, and they will have to balance the future of their proprietary systems against NMEA 2000. I’ve highlighted this before
“The development of NMEA 2000 has been a collaborative effort within the marine electronics industry. The work done since 1999 has included 12 companies, Furuno, Kvaser, Litton, Navionics, Northstar, Raymarine, Simrad, Teleflex, Metal Marine, Trimble, Vector CANtech, Airmar and Japan Radio Corporation. By early 2004, Airmar, Raymarine, Kvaser, Simard and Teleflex have certified products using NMEA 2000.”

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