Mapping is easier to access
Navionics is offering additional features into its range of electronic cartography solutions.
An increasing number of customers are using its Plotter Sync feature, wirelessly connecting mobile devices to on board electronics enables users to transfer routes and markers, update charts, activate card subscriptions and upload sonar logs.
“Making mapping easy to access, via a mobile device loaded with the Navionics app, as well as through essential onboard electronics is key,” says Lance Godefroy, Navionics UK general manager.
As the Spring approaches users are buying Navionics Updates cards, not only taking advantage of daily chart updates but also Navionics advanced features.
Among these is Dock to Dock Autorouting, which provides a suggested route based on chart data and navigational aids.
Features enable users to change the way they view Navionics charts to focus on important details such as shallow areas, fishing ranges or contour density.
SonarChart Live creates users’ own maps while on the water with bathymetry maps developing in real time as the boat moves.
“Navionics Updates card sales are growing hugely, particularly pre-season, as customers realise their versatility, which includes a 50% saving on cartography costs when upgrading to a new GPS plotter,” says Lance.
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