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The National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) has named 11 products in nine categories as winners of the 2014 NMEA Product Awards. For the ninth straight year, Furuno USA was once again named Manufacturer of the Year.

The winners are:

For Multi-Function Display: Furuno NavNet TZtouch TZT14

For Autopilot (two winners): Garmin GHP 20 and GHC 20 with SmartPump, and the Raymarine Evolution System.

For Fish Finder: Furuno FCV587 Color LCD

For Radar: Furuno NavNet TZtouch TZTBB with DRS6A UHD

For Satellite Communications Antenna: KVH TracPhone V3IP

For Marine VHF Radio: Icom IC-M506 Marine Transceiver

For Satellite TV Antenna: KVH TracVision TV1

For Computer-Based Software: Nobeltec TimeZero Catch

For Marine Specialty (two winners): FLIR MD-625 Thermal Camera System and GOST Watch HD App.

Manufacturer of the Year — Support: Furuno USA

The winners were announced at the NMEA International Marine Electronics Conference & Expo in October.

 

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