New Electronics at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2018November 9, 2018
The camera costs $699.99 and is generally mounted facing forward on a hard-top; the AR200 stabilization module costs $499.99.
Each solution includes one or multiple displays bridged together to function as one integrated system.
SiOnyx, an infrared-imaging-technology company, has launched the Aurora HD action video camera with day and night color imaging.
The camera costs $799.
The unit costs $5,595.
Available in 10-, 12- and 16-inch units that feature full HD in-plane switching (IPS) screens with multitouch control, the GPSMAP 8600/8600xsv series is Wi-Fi enabled and offers full connectivity and networkability so mariners can completely customize their marine electronics system based on their needs and preferences.
Available in 2019, prices range from $2,499.99 to $5,999.99.
The radio costs $299.99.
Lowrance has announced its new HDS Live real-time sonar/chart plotters with Active Imaging, available with chirp, side- and down-imaging technologies.
Boaters can also access more than 150 channels of SiriusXM radio with the unit.
Launched by marine giant Brunswick Corp., Nautic-On can communicate a boat’s location and vital systems data using an onboard hub and wireless sensors. You can access the information on a mobile device using the Nautic-On app. The app will alert you if the boat moves or systems malfunction. It starts at $600, plus service fee; nautic-on.com Courtesy Nautic-On