Navico expands Track offerings with HD telemetry

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Navico, the parent company to the leading marine electronics brands Lowrance, Simrad and B&G – has expanded the range of options for marine-based reporting and connectivity, with its all-new Track HD telemetry system.

Track is a flexible, low-cost telemetry solution that records a boat’s location, security status, engine performance in real-time.

Historically, Track has provided instant access to marine-vessel location and status through a mobile app and online dashboard. Now with Track HD, users can take remote control of lights, pumps, HVAC or other systems. Track HD also enables cloud storage for key vessel documents, and TripReplay to capture and share details of previous trips. With multiple connectivity options including WiFi and cellular and satellite connectivity coming soon – consumers can choose the option that best meets their needs. These new plans are available now, and existing customers can upgrade their subscriptions online.

By Jake Frith

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