Connected technology will remain a key part of boatbuilding as more systems are integrated at the helm.
Garmin has launched its Fantom 54/56 and Fantom 124/126 radars which offer 50W and 120W of power output respectively.
Garmin International has introduced a wireless camera solution designed for mariners who want to keep an eye on areas inside or around their boat.
Garmin has announced two new additions to its marine communication product line-up: the AIS 800 transceiver with Class B/SO and the VHF 315i marine radio with Class D Digital Selective Calling (DSC).
Garmin Ltd has acquired Trigentic AB for an undisclosed sum.
Garmin has launched the GPSMAP 1222 and GPSMAP 1222xsv chartplotters.
Navico, parent company to the Lowrance, Simrad and B&G brands and Garmin International a unit of Garmin, have ended their three-year-long legal dispute relating to sonar and auto guidance patents.
Garmin has launched its first dive computer offering surface GPS positioning with rich colour mapping.
Garmin has bought electronic navigational charts and mobile applications company Navionics for an undisclosed sum.
Garmin will supply its action and 360°cameras to the seven teams competing in the Volvo Ocean Race 2017-2018.
Garmin International has been named Manufacturer of the Year by the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA).
A Texas federal jury has found that Garmin willfully infringed two of Navico’s DownScan Imaging sonar patents and awarded Navico more than $38m (US) in damages.
The US Court of Appeals has reversed a previous ruling in favour of Navico in its DownVü patent lawsuit against Garmin, ruling two of the patents were invalid.
An Enforcement Initial Determination (EID) filed by an International Trade Commission (ITC) Administrative Law Judge has found Garmin (NASDAQ:GRMN) violated cease-and-desist orders issued in 2015 regarding the importation and sale of products featuring DownVü scanning sonar technology.
Garmin’s products on display at Seawork will include the GMR Fantom, the GPSMAP 7400 and 8400 series, the GPSMAP 1022 and 1222, the Panoptix Forward PS51-TH as well as the inReach SE+ and inReach Explorer+ Satellite Communicators.
Garmin has acquired Active Corporation, a developer of crowd sourced rich content for boaters called ActiveCaptain.
Garmin is to sponsor Ken Fowler on his Race to Scotland in a single handed dinghy.
Mr Fowler, 51, will attempt to sail from Lands End to John O’Groats starting on May 7 and plans to complete the trip in 20 to 30 days sailing solo for up to ten hours a day.
In 2007 Garmin released its 4000 and 5000 series of touch screen products, at the time a step change in marine electronic equipment.
Yamaha Marine has selected the Garmin 7in GPSMAP multi-function display (MFD) platform to power its new CL7TM multi-touch display.
Garmin has launched announced the inReach SE+ and inReach Explorer+, the first Garmin devices with inReach satellite communication technology.
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