Actisense achieves product excellence awards hat trick

Phil Whitehurst and Mark Reedenauer at METSTRADE Phil Whitehurst and Mark Reedenauer at METSTRADE
Industry Database

UK marine electronics specialist company Actisense has been recognised with the prestigious Product of Excellence Award from the National Marine Electronics Association for the third consecutive year.

The Actisense NGT-1, a NMEA 2000 to PC interface, has received the acclaimed National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) Product of Excellence Award in the NMEA 2000 sensor category. This latest gong marks the third year in a row that the multi-award winning NMEA specialists has achieved this particularly prestigious accolade as voted by its fellow NMEA peers.

Actisense CEO, Phil Whitehurst, was recently presented with the award by NMEA President and Executive Director Mark Reedenauer at METSTRADE, the world’s largest marine equipment trade show. The NGT-1 first came to market in 2012 and has been met with continuous critical praise, from both customers and fellow industry professionals, since. According to Actisense it remains the only intelligent NMEA 2000 gateway available to precisely transfer messages to and from the NMEA 2000 bus. New software updates are available which has enabled the product to stay relevant through new features and capabilities.

This latest product award for Actisense follows wins in the same category in both 2016 and 2015. The Actisense NMEA Conversion Gateway (NGW-1) achieved the award in 2015 which was followed a year later with a win for their EMU-1, a specialised analogue to NMEA 2000 Gateway which converts data from analogue engine senders into NMEA 2000.

By Jake Frith

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