Integrated navigation system from Simrad

Simrad has launched a new NSO evo3 integrated navigation system Simrad has launched a new NSO evo3 integrated navigation system
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Simrad has launched a new NSO evo3 integrated navigation system for larger cruising and sportfishing boats.

The NSO evo3 can be connected to Simrad premium network modules and add GPS, autopilot, keypad controllers and other accessories to create a vessel-wide system.

“From the new design and the brightest screens to the most powerful processor and advanced networking capabilities, the NSO evo3 is the perfect starting point for customising a vessel-wide system,” said Leif Ottosson, CEO, Navico.

Product features

NSO evo3 includes a true, high-definition display that puts a user in control of on-board electronics through an easy-to-use touchscreen interface.

The display is powered by a high-performance iMX6 quad-core processor that takes responsiveness to a new level with quicker chart redraws.

NSO evo3 can power current Simrad system technology like Halo Pulse Compression Radar, the S5100 CHIRP sounder module, ForwardScan forward-looking sonar and StructureScan 3D sonar imaging, with power to spare.

The NSO evo3 can connect to smartphones, tablets and internet hotspots with integrated wireless connectivity, features advanced networking – including HMDI input/output, OP50 support, plus direct connection and control of audio, autopilot and NMEA 2000 and J1939 engines.

NSO evo3 displays can also be purchased as part of a system kit, which comes with everything needed to build a glass helm system, including a GPS antenna, chart card reader, NMEA 2000 Starter Kit and OP50 Remote Controller.

The OP50 provides keypad control of up to six separate displays, perfect for a multi-display helm layout.

The kit is available from authorised dealers and distributors throughout the United States and Canada.

By Anne-Marie Causer

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