The thermal cameras Flir MV and MD-Series, and the autopilot Raymarine Evolutionwin the prizes awarded during the NMEA Conference & Expo 2014.
Every year, the NMEA (National Marine Electronics Association) members award the Companies that excelled in innovation in onboard electronics. This year, during the edition held in Fort Myers, Florida, the Flir Systems Group has conquered three prizes for their products: two with the brand Flir and one from Raymarine, whose range is developed, built and marketed by Flir itself.
The fixed, thermal night vision camera Flir MD625 got the award in the “Special” category, the Raymarine Evolution Autopilot was one of the two winners in the “Autopilots” class, while the night vision, multi-sensor thermal system Flir MV604CL conquered the prize NMEA-BWI Technology 2014.
Part of the Flir MV-Series, the multi-sensor system Flir MV604CL features an active gyro-stabilizer, radar and video tracking, thermal imaging, color camera, plus an additional low-res b/w camera. It all makes one of the most advanced devices in its class.
The thermal night vision camera Flir MD625 is well-priced, simple to mount and easy to integrate with the standard electronics aboard. It makes standard analogic videos, that can be played on a dashboard screen (or anywhere else you want to install a screen).
The Raymarine Evolution autopilot range has been awarded for the accurate performance, the nine-axis sensor technology, the Automagic simplified calibration function, and the easiness of the installation. Evolution combines an aerospace technology with Raymarine experience in the marine autopilot field, and marks a leap for intelligent autopilots. Second victory in a trot for Raymarine Evolution, which won the NMEA-BWI Technology award also last year.